Mitigation Action Assessment Protocol

Scale
National
Project-Level
Expertise Level
Generalist
Resource Type
Analysis Tools
Inputs Needed
Sector-specific information
Outputs Provided
Assessment of Mitigation Actions
Language
English
Developer or Source
World Bank

The World Bank’s Networked Carbon Markets (NCM) initiative developed the Mitigation Action Assessment Protocol (MAAP) to provide a standardized yet flexible framework to quantitatively evaluate the relative mitigation outcomes and risks of heterogeneous mitigation actions from different sectors and countries. In the short run, the MAAP aims to support the design and implementation of more robust actions, and track progress towards emission reduction targets. In the long run, the MAAP aims to promote international cooperation through linking and finance in the new Paris Regime by enhancing the transparency and comparability of bottom-up actions.

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