A professional training programme on the transparency of climate action and support, organised jointly by UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Greenhouse Gas Inventory & Research Centre of Korea is now officially open for applications.
The programme seeks to provide professional training on greenhouse gas inventories to national experts from developing countries.
The training will begin on 22 July and run for four weeks in the Republic of Korea.
The training is the first of its kind under the UNFCCC-CASTT initiative on climate action support and transparency training.
Overall, the comprehensive programme looks to facilitate effective and universal participation of countries in the measurement, reporting and verification arrangements under the UNFCCC and the transparency framework under the Paris Agreement.
Its goal is to enhance the technical capacity of individuals and to improve the overall competency in reporting and in contributing to climate action.
Government officials, consultants and researchers in the fields of greenhouse gas emissions, emission reductions or more generally in the response to climate change are encouraged to apply by 10 May, 2019.
Participants will be provided a return ticket from and to their home countries, as well as room and board for the duration of the training.