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The Caribbean Cooperative MRV Hub, which was formally launched during a meeting of English-speaking Caribbean countries at St. George University in Grenada from 5-6 February 2019, will enable countries to cooperate on technical challenges related to climate change mitigation, share expertise to foster regional excellence, and generate stronger policy-relevant carbon accounting.

The Caribbean Cooperative MRV Hub, a project of the GHG Management Institute, aims to empower English-speaking CARICOM countries to efficiently develop GHG inventories and mitigation assessments, and track NDCs.

The Hub will enable countries to cooperate on technical challenges related to climate change mitigation, share expertise to foster regional excellence, and generate stronger policy-relevant carbon accounting.

The Hub is structured for long-term sustainability beyond the duration of the project, which is expected to run through July 2023.

Source: Partners Launch Climate Transparency Hub in the Caribbean | News | SDG Knowledge Hub | IISD

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