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Benoit Mayer

extends, for the first time, a technical review process to developing-country reporting. Information provided on mitigation and on any support provided to developing countries is to undergo a Technical Expert Review ( ter ), followed by a Facilitative, Multilateral Consideration of Progress ( fmcp ). 52

Alexander Zahar

-sharing actually goes a step beyond voluntary pledging by introducing a ‘soft’ top-down element. Article 13.11 of the Agreement provides that ‘each Party shall participate in a facilitative, multilateral consideration of progress with respect to efforts under Article 9 [the main article on the supply of climate

Charlotte Streck, Moritz von Unger and Nicole Krämer

, resulting in a ‘technical expert review report’ that can outline recommendations for improvements. The expert review report is followed by a facilitative, multilateral consideration of progress to further improve transparency. This ‘consideration’ consists of a question-and-answer phase and a working group

Alexander Zahar

function, which is what most commentators are betting on or urging, it risks becoming duplicative, wasteful, or impotent. The Paris Agreement’s provisions on state accountability, technical expert review ( ter ), and ‘facilitative, multilateral consideration of progress’ ( fmcp ), contained in Article 13

Harro van Asselt

). 50 A similar process is provided for in the Paris Agreement, which specifies that ‘each Party shall participate in a facilitative, multilateral consideration of progress with respect to … its respective implementation and achievement of its nationally determined contribution’: Paris Agreement, art

Meinhard Doelle

multilateral process (the Facilitative, Multilateral Consideration of Progress, or fmcp ). The final process element in the five-year review cycle is the multi-year Global Stocktake, which shifts the focus from individual ndc s toward the collective goals set out in the Paris Agreement. 1 Once the

Sebastian Oberthür and Eliza Northrop

Committee deciding on whether to initiate proceedings on the basis of two principal streams of information. The first stream would consist of the aforementioned review reports, possibly complemented by outcomes of the facilitative, multilateral consideration of progress under Article 13.11. The second

Gu Zihua, Christina Voigt and Jacob Werksman

review report ( ter Report). 41 The Facilitative Multilateral Consideration of Progress ( fmcp ), established under Article 13, is a plenary dialogue among party representatives consisting of a biennial, one-off question-and-answer session and a working group session. 42 Article 14’s Global