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Progress on the Development of Standard Baselines

Presented by: Albert Altarejos MAGALANG Co-Chair, DNA Forum


Workshop on Enhancing the Regional Distribution of CDM Projects in Asia and the Pacific 6-7 September 2011, Radisson Hotel, Kathmandu, Nepal

ISSUES & CONCERNS

Outcomes of the Stakeholders Consultation Workshop on Standardized Baselines

On the Guidelines for Establishment of Sector Specific SBs


Level of Aggregation
dependent on the availability of data at the regional, national or sub-national level technical advice would be needed

Data Availability and Data Quality


capacity development is needed in data collection and analysis

Approach Used for Establishing Additionality


linkage among variety of measures to a particular project activity (2 nd level of standardization of multiple measures)

Potential Barriers

standardized baselines may not be applicable to all project activities (4 measures initially covered) absence of available data may affect the development of standardized baselines

absence of a technical body in the CDM structure that would provide guidance, approve the SBs, or identify other SBs to be developed under-participation of under-represented regions and sectors

On the Procedures for Submission & Assessment of SBs

the active participation of central government bodies (DNAs) could provide an effective coordination mechanism among project participants and could improve reporting on country emissions approval procedure by DNAs is needed for PSBs submitted by DOEs whose functions need to be clarified technical guidance and financial support related to gathering and accessing accurate and updated data

Potential Barriers

standardized baselines may not be applicable to all project activities

absence of available data may affect the development of standardized baselines


absence of a technical body in the CDM structure that would provide guidance, approve the SBs, or identify other SBs to be developed under-participation of under-represented regions and sectors

Thank You