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Pakistan granted Host Country Approval to seventy one (71) CDM projects.


Thirty Eight (38) CDM Projects from Pakistan registered with CDM Executive Board.




The project proponent has to inform the Designated National Authority (DNA) before starting the CDM Project activity,with reference to the Executive Board 41 Report,Annex 46 "Guideance on the demonstration and assessment of prior consideration of the CDM."




Government of Pakistan is spending Rs. 53.524 million for the promotion of Clean Development Mechanism in Pakistan.


CDM Cell, Climate Change Division in collaboration with IUCN, Pakistan is going to organised Training Course on ‘Planning of Sustainable Urban Transport Systems in Pakistan: Opportunities for Carbon Financing’ from 30th September to 2nd October, 2014 at Karachi.

No CDM Project is available for Public Comments.
 
Climate Change Division, Government of Pakistan is the Designated National Authority for Clean Development Mechanism in Pakistan

 

   Clean Development Mechanism- Pakistan.

 
The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) was initiated under the Kyoto Protocol of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in order to explore cost- effective options to mitigate the impacts of climate change. It is one of the instruments that help the developing countries in achieving sustainable development, while at the same time contributes to the ultimate objective of the UNFCCC. CDM assists the developing countries to implement project activities that reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions in return for generating Carbon Credits/ Certified Emission Reduction (CERs).
 

Pakistan deposited its instrument of accession to the Kyoto Protocol on 11th January 2005, and thus became eligible to benefit from CDM. For this purpose the Climate Change Division has been declared as the Designated National Authority (DNA). A CDM Cell has been established in August 2005 for providing technical and policy support to, including implementation of CDM Strategy,conduct awareness raising, enhancement of capacity for CDM project development, review of CDM projects for grant of approval by the DNA and to advise the Government in technical matters related to CDM in Pakistan.

 
Pakistan National Operational Strategy for CDM was approved by the Prime Minister of Pakistan in February 2006.The Strategy- provides policy guidance for implementation of CDM in Pakistan in line with national sustainable development goals. It is an incentive based Strategy which ensures efficiency and transparency. The Strategy defines institutional arrangement for implementation of CDM in Pakistan, tax and credit sharing policy and the Criteria grant of Host Country Approval to CDM projects.