NDC ASPECTS submitted a poster for the COP27
NDC ASPECTS submitted a poster in response to the call for inputs from UNFCCC on the upcoming Technical Dialogue for the Global Stocktake (GST). If accepted, the poster will be shown during COP27. The poster outlines recommendations of the NDC ASPECTS project on the GST such as:
- The Need for a Sectoral Perspective: A sectoral perspective can help the Global Stocktake to effectively achieve its objective to inform Parties' in enhancing subsequent NDCs and in enhancing international cooperation. For instance, granular and actionable sectoral lessons, grounded in country-driven assessments, should be identified and elaborated.
- A Sectoral Perspective for International Cooperation: Likewise, a sectoral perspective included in the GST may inform enhanced international cooperation by closing important governance gaps. For instance, Parties should voluntarily report on sectoral transformation challenges, including economic, financial, technical, political/institutional, and capacity-related barriers.
- Sectoral benchmarks for NDC enhancement The GST can further support NDC enhancement by endorsing key scientific benchmarks for achieving the 1.5°C goal of the Paris Agreement. These benchmarks can then be employed by stakeholders as an indicative yardstick to assess draft NDCs before adoption.
More details can be found by clicking on the poster file below and on the related submission of NDC ASPECTS to the GST process in the summer (link here).