The organizers have developed the following list of useful resources for each session:

Session 1 – Where are we together – the aggregate effect of INDCs

UNFCCC’s INDC portal

UNFCCC’s synthesis report on the aggregate effect of INDCs – coming soon

Infographics from the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL)

Paris contributions map from the World Resources Institute (WRI)

Climate Action Tracker from Climate Analytics, Ecofys, NewClimate Institute and Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)

UNEP Live Emissions Gap and INDC Assessment page

‘Emissions Gap’ Assessment report, with a special feature on the assessment of submitted INDCs – coming soon

NewClimate Institute’s study on Progress of INDC Preparation Worldwide

JRC Policy Brief: Analysis of scenarios integrating the INDCs, European Commission, Alban Kitous, Kimon Keramidas

Session 2 – What more could be done together – reaching for opportunities beyond INDCs

World Energy Outlook 2015 Special Report. International Energy Agency, 15 June 2015.

The impact of good practice policies on regional and global greenhouse gas emissions. NewClimate Institute (NCI), Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL) and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), July 2015.

Partnerships for better growth and a better climate: Seizing the global opportunity. The Global Commission on the Economy and Climate, July 2015.

Lima-Paris action agenda website –

Assessing the Missed Benefits of Countries’ National Contributions. NewClimate Institute, September 2015.

Checklist on Establishing Post-2020 Emission Pathways. The World Bank, Partnership for Market Readiness (PMR), March 2015.

Climate commitments of subnational actors and business: A quantitative assessment of their emission reduction impact. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Nairobi, UNEP 2015.

Compilation of information on mitigation benefits of actions, initiatives and options to enhance mitigation ambition. UNFCCCs technical paper, June 2014.

United Nations’ Sustainable development knowledge platform.

Green Growth Best Practices

Decarbonizing Development: Three Steps to a Zero Carbon Future. The World Bank, May 2015.

Mobilizing climate finance: a roadmap to finance a low-carbon economy. Report from the Canfin-Grandjean Commission to President François Hollande, June 2015.

The Global Landscape of Climate Finance. Climate Policy Initiative, November 2014

Climate Finance in 2013-14 and the USD 100 billion goal. OECD and Climate Policy Initiative, October 2015


Session 3 – What can we do better in future – learning from the 2015 INDC experience

UNFCCC’s Durban Platform website –

Designing and preparing INDCs. WRI and UNDP, May 2015.

UNDP’s Low emission capacity building (LECB) programme website –

Process guidance for INDCs. GIZ, International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV, December 2014.

How are INDCs and NAMAs linked? GIZ and UNEP DTU, July 2015.

Regular Review and Rounds of Collective Action and National Contributions the 2015 Climate Agreement: A Proposal. IDDRI and NCSC, June 2015.

Getting Specific on the 2015 Climate Change Agreement: Suggestions for the Legal Text with an Explanatory Memorandum. ACT 2015, May 2015.

Revised guide to INDC preparation by Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and Small Island Developing States (SIDS). CDKN and Ricardo-AEA, May 2015.

Supporting ambitious INDCs: Lessons learned from developing countries. CDKN and Ricardo-AEA, July 2015.

Policy Brief on Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs). The South Centre and The Third World Network, May 2015.

INDCs: a handbook for practitioners. Panafrican Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA), May 2015.

Experiences and Lessons Learned in INDC Preparation. NewClimate Institute, August 2015.




Posted October 03, 2015 in: Practical Information, Uncategorized by indcforum

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