Ghana-Supporting Low Carbon Growth

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This technical assistance is intended to support the government of Ghana in articulating its approach to low carbon growth as part of the National Climate Change Policy Framework. It aims at doing so by simultaneously building technical capacity, political awareness and a sound fact base. The work is led by ECN and involves Ghanaian national experts and stakeholders. It is funded by DFID.

The project includes four elements: 1. Initial marginal abatement cost (MAC) curve for Ghana 2. Characterize and prioritize mitigation options 3. Initial scoping of a Climate Innovation Centre 4. Supporting the policy process

References

  1.  "Low Carbon Development in Ghana, ECN Ghana Policy Briefs"
  2.  "Marginal Abatement Cost (MAC) curve, ECN Ghana Policy Briefs"
  3.  "NAMAs and MRV, ECN Ghana Policy Briefs"
  4.  "Climate Innovation Centres: a global instrument with local benefits, ECN Ghana Policy Briefs"
  5.  "Emissions from flaring Jubilee field gas, ECN Ghana Policy Briefs"
  6.  "Low carbon growth – energy demand, ECN Ghana Policy Briefs"
  7.  "Low carbon growth – mining, ECN Ghana Policy Briefs"
  8.  "NAMAs and the Ghana Shared Growth and Development Agenda 2010 – 2013, ECN Ghana Policy Briefs"
  9.  "Next steps towards a Climate Innovation, ECN Ghana Policy Briefs"