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Year: 2021

The purpose of this update NDC global report is to provide a sector-specific brief of how agriculture and land use are figured within the mitigation and adaptation contributions of countries’ second round NDCs. It will also present an analysis of the extent to which the level of ambition has changed between first and second round NDCs, with a focus on the agriculture and land-use sectors. The overall objective of the report is to communicate to the global climate change community the role agriculture and land use play in national mitigation and adaptation priorities.

Year: 2021

This tool aims to guide developing countries in planning towards the preparation of their first Biennial Transparency Report (BTR) and participation in the Technical Expert Review (TER). It facilitates the long-term planning and the necessary institutional arrangements that countries should have in place to guarantee the sustainable implementation of this report. The guidance provided is complemented by a series of questions that allow users to understand their current reporting status and generate an indicative country-driven roadmap to meet the BTR deadline in December 2024.

Year: 2021

This excel-based package helps GHG inventory compilers manage the information related to the activity data (AD) and parameters in the agriculture, forestry and other land use (AFOLU); energy; industrial processes and product use (IPPU); and waste sectors. Each excel file contains a comprehensive list of AD and parameters that must be collected to estimate all categories within these sectors.

This tool must be used in conjunction with the 2006 IPCC Guidelines that provides more explanations on the information needed.

Year: 2021

This leaflet provides an overview of the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of Adaptation training package and how it might be used to help countries fulfill their reporting requirements related to the Paris Agreement's Enhanced Transparency Framework. This training package can be used to develop an M&E framework and system for reporting on climate change adaptation in the agriculture sectors.

Year: 2021

The FAO’s Damage and Loss (D&L) assessment methodology makes it possible to evaluate the impact of disasters on the agriculture sectors. It is a useful tool for developing evidence-based policies for reducing risk and building resilience in these sectors. It also helps countries report on climate change (for example on article 7 of the ETF); and monitor the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR) indicator C2 on direct agricultural loss from disasters. Finally, it provides baseline data for monitoring global targets on resilience.