Nov 13, 2020 Dec 18, 2020

On November 13, December 17-18, 2020, the Shenyang Municipal Bureau of Ecology and Environment (SYBEE) invited local company representatives from its local industry sectors to participate in a series of training on emissions data reporting to the national emissions trading scheme.

GIZ, together with experts from the National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation (NCSC) and Tsinghua University were invited to provide valuable input for the participants. Furthermore, presentations and speeches were held by members of the Beijing Environment Exchange, the Shenzhen CTI International Certification Co., and the Shenyang Environment Exchange.

In addition to an insight into the Policy Outlook of China’s Carbon Peaking Target, Landscape of Carbon Neutrality as well as Tackling Climate Change during the 14th Five-Year-Pan, participants enjoyed an introduction into emissions trading and the EU ETS. Furthermore, the training offered courses in monitoring, reporting, and verification for GHG emissions data and the reporting guideline for the ceramic sector, the Shenyang GHG emissions data reporting system as well as CCER offsetting and compliance.

Overall, the training module succeeded in building capacity and was useful for preparing the local industrial sector for the unified national emission trading system.

Photo Credit: GIZ

Sino-German Cooperation on Emissions Trading Systems, Carbon Market Mechanisms, and Industry-related N2O Mitigation

Project country
China
Political Partners
German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU); Ministry of Ecology and Environment of the People's Republic of China (MEE)
Implementation Partners
National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation of the People's Republic of China (NCSC)
Duration
07/2012 - 09/2022

The project has been supporting the development of ETS in China since 2012. Since the launch of the Chinese national ETS, the project provides support to further refine the ETS and strengthen the political and technical dialogue between China and Germany on carbon market topics. Since 2020, the project also supports the abatement of industry related N2O emissions through capacity building, studies, workshops, and various exchange formats.