National Carbon Monitoring Centre (NCMC) is working very close with United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and United Nations Environment Programme to strengthening the Capacity of Institutions in Tanzania to conform to the Transparency Requirements of the Paris Agreement.
The Paris Agreement empowers countries to act towards limiting global average temperature increases to as close to 1.5C as possible above pre-industrial levels, to strengthen climate resilience and to make financial flows consistent with these overall objectives.
Regular reporting by countries of transparent information on the implementation and achievement of their national objectives, provides a snapshot of global progress in relation to the objectives of the Paris Agreement, helping to enable a global assessment of collective progress. In turn, the reported information undergoes peer assessment, which helps to build mutual trust and confidence among countries, provide a better understanding of current climate actions and levels of support needed and provided. Through this process countries gain the opportunity to learn from each other by sharing achievements, best practices, and experiences.
Objectives of the workshop
The overall to collect stakeholders’ inputs and comments which can inform the process of development of the preparation of medium size project to be submitted to GEF for endorsement.
- To review the proposed activities and output of the ETF project in Tanzania
- To provide update on the policies and relevant legislation relevant for development of ETF project
- To inform stakeholders on the ETF process in Tanzania.
Government Ministries, public institutions, private sector, academia, CSO, business communities.
Targeted number of stakeholders 40 -50 stakeholders from the above meeting organizations and institutions
Proposed dates and Location:
5 -6 May 2022, Virtual Stakeholders workshop (hosted by UNEP).
For more information, please contact;
Team Leader – National GHGs Inventory,
Prof. Eliakimu Zahabu
National Carbon Monitoring Centre (NCMC)
Sokoine University of Agriculture
P.O Box 3009, Morogoro – Tanzania
Telephone: +255 23 2 604648
Fax: +255 23 260 4648