Check out our Coalition Page, you`ll learn more about our activities and our progressive approach to information on strategic capacity building under the Paris Agreement. The Coalition serves as an expert forum on coordinating and accelerating capacity-building activities. It is the responsibility of the Coalition on Capacity Building under the Paris Agreement to accelerate the debate on an inclusive and intelligent comprehensive capacity-building strategy. We want to do this by creating a coordination forum for practitioners. By bringing together global experts on climate change capacity building and LVRs (measurement, report and verification), the Coalition is working to develop consensus recommendations for a capacity-building strategy that we will share with the UNFCCC and other stakeholders. The document recognizes that improving capacity building on the ground is essential to success through improved national institutional, governance and governance systems, with sustainable resource provisions. This issue is highlighted by lessons learned by UNFCCC operational entities, relevant enforcement agencies and other multilateral agreements (e.g. B Montreal Protocol). Strengthening coordination and monitoring of existing activities is particularly important for success, as the Paris Agreement refers to capacity-building activities in various articles: a capacity-building initiative was put in place during COP21, while countries called for capacity building to prepare their INDCs and meet their adaptation needs.
, as well as access to financing and technology transfer. As a result, “How to Strengthen the Institutional Architecture for Capacity Building to Support the Post-2020 Climate Regime” proposes ways to improve institutional architecture by improving coordination and coherence between UNFCCC thematic bodies and bodies, while improving monitoring, analysis and review of capacity-building activities and encouraging international cooperation national, sub-national and regional. In addition, there is no periodic monitoring and review process to provide the necessary direction for the transfer of capacity-building efforts to sustainable, long-term capacity outcomes at the institutional and systemic levels. The Paris Agreement brought capacity building and education to new heights as important means of combating climate change. The agreement promotes improved, strategic and sustainable approaches to support change and enables all parties and stakeholders to develop the capacity to mitigate and adapt to climate change – indeed, the premise of the Paris Agreement is the participation of all, and capacity building is a fundamental condition of this goal. The new paper, “How to Strengthen the Institutional Architecture for Capacity Building to Support the Post-2020 Climate Regime,” highlights that, despite numerous multilateral and bilateral efforts, most developing countries continue to face significant capacity challenges that compromise their ability to effectively or fully implement the actions they plan to undertake in the fight against climate change.