clean development mechanism

Environmental integrity is at the heart of the CDM and methodologies have a major role in ensuring this integrity. Methodologies are required to establish a project’s emissions baseline, or expected emissions without the project, and to monitor the actual ongoing emissions once a project is implemented. The difference between the baseline and actual emissions determines […]

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The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) was designed to meet two objectives, namely to help Annex I Parties to cost-effectively meet part of their emission reduction targets under the Kyoto Protocol and to assist non-Annex I Parties in achieving sustainable development. While CDM projects create certified emission reductions (CERs) that project participants can sell to Annex I Parties to […]

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CDM and Women

This publication will highlight some of the methodologies that have the potential to help the empowerment of women, as well as further work being done by the Secretariat to enhance gender equality through ensuring that gender is a consideration in the CDM process.

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