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Stakeholder Response and Grievance Redress Mechanism for the “Building Capacity to Advance National Adaptation Plan Process in Mongolia” project.2022-12-9

The “Building Capacity to Advance National Adaptation Plan Process in Mongolia” project aims to be stakeholder responsive and relevant. For any perceived  concerns and negative  impacts caused by the project to the stakeholders, the project team, government, the UNEP, and the donor are willing to hear and address them in impartial and transparent manner. Concerns can be ideally forwarded to the project team or the executing partners (concerned government) for speedy and informed assessment of the context and the issues

Announcement for Financial Audit Services for NAP Mongolia project2022-2-22

Mongolia has accessed support under the GCF readiness and preparatory support, and activities are focusing on Establishing and strengthening the National Designated Authority (NDAs) or Focal Point. The project is expected to achieve the following outcomes:

Vacancy announcement2021-11-2

 The Government of Mongolia, Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) has been implementing a three-year project entitled “Building Capacity to Advance National Adaptation Plan Process in Mongolia”. The UN Environment Programme is the Delivery Partner for the project, with the role of supporting and overseeing the project implementation. The NAP project will support multi-sectoral, medium- to long-term adaptation planning and budgeting in Mongolia and promote the integration of climate change adaptation aspects into development policies. 

G20 agrees on key climate goals around global warming limits and coal financing, but lacks firm commitments2021-11-1

G20 Rome Summit: What will be on the agenda? 02:37 (CNN)The Group of 20's leaders' summit ended Sunday with an agreement on climate that commits its member nations to end coal financing by the end of the year and to aim to contain global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. But the final communiqué lacked firm pledges and failed to put an end date on the actual use of coal. It did not make any commitments to improve on issues like climate finance, paving the way for difficult negotiations at the COP26 summit in Glasgow, which kicks off in earnest on Monday. In the final statement, the 20 biggest world economies said they "would accelerate our actions" to achieve net-zero emissions by or around mid-century

Highlights for Wednesday, 5 December 20182018-12-6

The Katowice Climate Change Conference continued on Wednesday with technical negotiations, but decision makers also began to engage at more political levels on key issues in the Paris Agreement Work Programme (PAWP). Throughout the day, informal consultations and contact groups took place as delegates worked through key negotiation issues ranging from finance to the transparency framework. The technical part of the stocktake on pre-2020 implementation and ambition convened in the morning

Local artists shout out loud on climate change issues2018-11-12

Those who stand in the sun are sure to cast shadows: this is the idea that accompanies Tamir Bayarsaikhan on his forays through the Valais. According to the law of causality, every action, however small, will have an impact on our environment

GCF gives green light to largest climate project to date in EBRD partnership2017-11-14

The Green Climate Fund (GCF) will start funding its largest climate finance investment to date following an agreement signed with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).

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