ICAT supported Fiji in implementing an MRV system in the agricultural sector, using sustainable institutional arrangements for managing greenhouse gas data. It contributed to the institutionalization of the agricultural sector inventory and the establishment of a strong evidence base for analyzing the impact of agriculture policies. Additionally, the project measured the effectiveness of targeted climate policies and actions in livestock and rice cultivation and provided recommendations for incorporating agriculture into Fiji’s enhanced Nationally Determined Contribution. Currently, ICAT is working with Fiji to strengthen the climate MRV framework in Fiji by extending the methodology and good practices developed in the first ICAT project to increase coverage of sectors and gases and provide a strong linkage of the GHG inventory data.
Strengthen the climate MRV framework in Fiji by extending the methodology and good practices developed in the first ICAT project to increase coverage of sectors and gases and provide a strong linkage of the GHG inventory data with the prioritized aspects of Fiji’s climate policy and national obligations under the UNFCCC, the Paris Agreement, and the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol.
Deliverables will be made available here as project implementation progresses.
Βuild Fiji’s capacity in implementing MRV systems measuring the performance of climate policies and developing recommendations for Fiji’s enhanced NDC, with a focus on the agriculture sector for both MRV systems and policy.
If you want to find out more about the ICAT project in Fiji, please contact the ICAT Secretariat.
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