This FAO publication focuses on climate change mitigation financing for smallholders.

To date, land use related climate policy and programs have tended to separate forestry and agriculture. In reality, the interface between these sectors is highly diverse and dynamic.

This paper reviews the trend of biofuel development and performance of biofuel projects under CDM as well as provides insights on how biofuel projects could transition to NAMAs.

A review of ways in which national, regional and global level carbon markets can be developed and up-scaled to sustain the involvement of the private sector in leveraging finance and innovative solutions to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

This paper examines several issues that arise in awarding emission reduction credits to coal projects in the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). It identifies systematic weaknesses in the coal methodology's (ACM0013) design and application.

The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) has released a working paper titled "Agricultural Monitoring and Evaluation Systems: What can we learn for the MRV of agricultural NAMAs?"  The paper describes an existing monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) system for a large scale grass cultivation programme in China and explores attributes of the MRV system that are consistent wit

This scoping report was developed by a team of expert authors convened and facilitated by Meridian Institute and is the result of an eight-month consultative effort with UNFCCC negotiators and other key stakeholders to help identify the most salient topics and questions to address.  The consultation process was facilitated by the Meridian Institute, a nonprofit NGO internationally recogniz

In the lead-up to the Post-2012 climate regime, Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) are increasingly being seen as the framework under which Non-Annex 1 countries are to mitigate their greenhouse gas emissions and to receive international support for their efforts.

The Bridging the Gap initiative and the SLoCaT partnership have prepared a paper summarising the implications of the outcomes of COP16 in Canc

This paper argues that India’s actions towards climate change mitigation and the domestic monitoring and evaluation mechanisms are fast evolving as key parts of the country’s climate policy in order to address the growing concerns on climate change.