Strengthen capacity to ensure transparency of action implemented and support received to implement Fiji’s Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and Low Emissions Development Strategy (LEDS)
To strengthen institutional and human capacities to enable country comply with the requirements of the transparency framework under the Paris Agreement on Climate Change
Fiji’s Institutional arrangements for the Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF) are formalized and strengthened to enable regular transparent reporting on NDC implementation and National GHG Inventory
IT based GHG Inventory preparation system enables efficient co-ordination in preparing transparent, comparable, complete and accurate National GHG inventories
MRV system strengthened to track and transparently report on NDC implementation and resultant GHG emissions, and climate finance received.
Climate Change and International Cooperation Division (CCICD) of the Ministry of Economy
Department of Energy
Transport and Planning Unit
Ministry of Agriculture, Economic Planning and Statistics Division
Ministry of Forestry, Forest Resource Assessment and Conservation Division
Ministry of Land and Mineral Resources, Land Use Division
Department of Environment
Fiji Revenue and Customs Services
Energy Fiji Limited
Fiji Bureau of Statistics
Regional and National Universities and Academia
Civil Society Organizations
Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities
Private Sector Entities
The knowledge generated during this project will be published in the publicly accessible information platform that is the National Climate Change Portal. The knowledge will also be shared through the platforms created by regional/sub-regional initiatives, such as Pacific Climate Change Portal, thus ensuring access by relevant users who are familiar with this gateway. The linkages will ensure distribution of CBIT-generated products to relevant audiences through sectoral networks of national, sub-regional and regional initiatives.
A part of the budget will be dedicated to knowledge management, including the documentation of the results in a user-friendly form and providing access to the knowledge generated by the project, through workshops. Also, the project will consider identifying and sharing best practices and lessons learned to all stakeholders in line ministries and agencies, as well as other involved stakeholder through the climate change portals mentioned above.
This national project will allow the country to participate in the CBIT Global Coordination Platform providing and receiving inputs. The project proposal will therefore define how national CBIT information shall be shared and updated on the global coordination platform. Sharing lessons-learnt and experiences under the platform will ensure alignment of this CBIT project with other national, regional and global transparency initiatives.