Ⅰ. GIR GHG Training Program (UNFCCC-GIR-CASTT Programme)

The trainees from 65 countries have become experts on GHG inventories in their countries

Since 2011, this 4-week intensive training program has been operated to train government officials and researchers from developing countries on GHG inventory compilation with various lectures and hands-on exercises.

So far, 286 trainees from 65 countries have successfully completed the program and have been contributing to their own countries' climate change response efforts with their expertise. GIR tries to improve the quality of the program in order to meet the growing capacity building needs of developing countries for the transparency framework in the Paris Agreement.

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Ⅱ. Cooperative Green Growth Modeling Forum (C2GMF)

The 28 countries have participated in joint exercises on GHG invenotry and reduction analysis

C2GMF is a voluntary platform for sharing national GHG policies, inventory and reduction potential analysis through joint research exercises. Beginning with 8 countries in 2011, participants of C2GMF have expanded to 28* countries from non-AnnexⅠ Parties under the UNFCCC.

* Argentina, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Bolivia, Cambodia, DR Congo, Ecuador, Egypt, Ghana, Guatemala, Indonesia, Jordan, Kenya, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Peru, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea

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Ⅲ. International Greenhouse Gas Conference (IGC)

Domestic and international GHG experts are invited to share the most up-to-date knowledge at the conference

The IGC is a place for domestic and international experts to share the most recent climate change mitigation-related knowledge and issues with general participants. Participants have totaled nearly 1,600 people from over 30 countries representing academia, government, civil society and industries since 2011.

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