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The mpg s were adopted by cma 1.3 on the recommendation of the cop 24, in December 2018. The parties to the Paris Agreement are to follow these mpg s starting with an initial Biennial Transparency Report due at the end of 2024. This article reviews the transparency arrangements under the Paris

In: Climate Law

the global stocktake is to consist of information collected by Parties to enable the evaluation of progress and inform ndc s – the first stocktake will take place in 2023. → The transparency framework, Article 13 All Parties have to submit ‘Biennial Transparency Reports’ from 2024

In: Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law

latest version of the draft negotiating text simply indicates that each participating party to a cooperative approach is to include information on ei in its Biennial Transparency Report ( btr ): Each participating Party shall also include, in its biennial transparency reports submitted in accordance

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which the reviews can be conducted: simplified reviews, desk reviews, centralised reviews and in-country reviews. Simplified reviews are conducted by the Secretariat on the years in which the biennial transparency report is not due and involves an assessment of the national emission inventory reports

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. 74 The reporting on climate finance contained in the Biennial Transparency Report will be a source of input to the Global Stocktake to consider “at a collective level”. The Global Stocktake will therefore have access to information related to methodologies used. See Alexander Zahar's article in

In: Climate Law

Biennial Transparency Report ( btr ) will be reviewed by a single ter Team). The experts are nominated to that roster by parties or international organizations. The Secretariat will form the teams taking into account skills and competences (including language skills), coverage, balance between developed

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nationally deter- mined contributions.29 This obligation extends to other processes, including biennial transparency reports, international assessments and reviews and international consultations and analyses;30 (b) States have an individual responsibility to mitigate climate change in order to fulfil

transparency decision (footnote 101), Annex, Chap. III, pp. 27-33. 923 Paris Rulebook transparency decision (footnote 101), Annex, Chap. III.B, p. 28, and Chap. III.D, pp. 31-32. Innovation and Experimentation  267 this information in their biennial transparency report 924. The information submitted by

In: Innovation and Experimentation in the International Climate Change Regime

2023; the effective operation of the Committee to facilitate implementation and promote compliance is set for 2024; and the technical expert review process is to be implemented pending the submission of the first Biennial Transparency Reports under the Agreement at the latest by 2024: Paris Agreement

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Transparency Reports ( btr s), the first round of which is due for submission by the end of 2024. 140 This would be in line with the purpose of the Agreement’s framework for the transparency of action and support, which is ‘to provide a clear understanding of climate change action in the light of the

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