Waste Management

Climate Change Finance Innovation Award Contest - Terms & Conditions

This document contains the terms and conditions for participation in the Climate Change Finance Innovation Award Contest.

NAMA Sustainable Development Tool (UNDP MDG Carbon)

UNDP MDG Carbon has released a new tool that is designed for Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) developers and policy makers. The tool allows users to evaluate the sustainable development performance indicators and sustainable development results achieved over the lifetime of the NAMA.

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Standardized Baseline Guidance Note (UNDP)

MDG Carbon published a Guidance Note for SBs, primarily intended for Designated National Authorities, Coordinating and Managing Entities, and consultants involved with the development of SBs. The Note focuses on the current UNFCCC rules and regulations (Standards and Guidelines) with an emphasis on establishing a Quality Management System. The objective of this document is to make SBs comprehensible and easy to implement thus promoting its wider application across a broad range of relevant sectors.

Climate Change Open Data Platform

The Climate Change Open Data Platform serves as a one stop shop for data and content on climate change-, energy-, and environment-related topics. 

Investment & Financial Flows (I&FF) Methodology (UNDP)

Building upon the UNFCCC's global, top down analysis of the costs of climate change, UNDP commissioned a User Guidebook to support developing countries to undertake a bottom-up, national sectoral analyses of the costs of adapting to the impacts of climate change and mitigating GHG emissions. The User Guidebook, which was developed by UNDP with a group of international experts and regional centres of excellence, comprises:

Seychelles Water & Sanitation (EIB)

Seychelles is suffering from water scarcity due to the concentration of rainfall in a short period within each year, its variability across different years, little groundwater availability and limited opportunities to expand storage capacity necessary to transfer water resources from the wet to the dry season. Therefore, the water supply system is highly vulnerable to meteorological conditions, which may be aggravated by greater rainfall variability linked with global climate variations. The underinvestment in water supply infrastructure has generated a decline in water service quality and in the efficiency of their provision, with high water losses and energy consumption. Sewage collection and treatment facilities are also very limited, posing a high threat to both public health and the environment.

The project consists of four parts:

  1. Renewal and expansion of the water supply systems on the 3 main islands of Seychelles to cover water deficits, improve water and energy efficiency and increase resilience to climate variation;
  2. Upgrading of the existing sewerage system on Mahé island, and the creation of new sanitation facilities on La Digue island to reduce the risk of contamination of groundwater used for the production of potable water;
  3. Implementation of water demand and resource management programmes including environmental and natural disaster risk management;
  4. Capacity building of the promoter through technical assistance and the provision of tools to implement and operate efficiently the water and sanitation facilities.

Paving the Way for Climate-resilient Infrastructure (UNDP)

This report summarizes the proceedings of the El Salvador conference (June 2010) "Strategies for Adapting Public and Private Infrastructure to Climate Change". It outlines the multiple development benefits of climate-proofing infrastructure. While these proceedings address the specific context of El Salvador, the methodologies outlined can be applied to a wide range of situations.

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