Climate Change Mitigation

Waste sector in China is expected to become more and more important for curbing country’s emissions and achieving its NDCs. The activities of IWM NAMA in this realm include provision of targeted technical advice to facilitate selection of the least emission intensive waste treatment technologies; the project also sets the target of developing and testing the MRV model for the waste sector – to get verifiable data on waste-related GHG emissions.

Study on GHG emissions and low carbon development transformation of municipal waste treatment industry

Under the influence of the “carbon peak, carbon neutral” strategy, the project team commissioned Sino Carbon Education & Training Co., Ltd. in 2021 to conduct a study on GHG emissions and low-carbon development transition in the municipal waste industry, summarize the relevant national and international policies on with climate change, and analyse the emissions and […]

March 28, 2022

Low-carbon Integrated Waste Management Symposium PPT slides

Low-carbon Integrated Waste Management Symposium is a series of international seminars supported by the IWM NAMA project. It aims to summarize the best cases and best environmental practices in municipal waste management, share advanced experience in national and international MSW management, and promote municipal waste management industry In-depth exchanges to promote low-carbon sustainable development of […]

December 28, 2021

Monitoring and Evaluation Report on Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions in MSW management of the Demonstration Municipalities of China IWM NSP (4th monitoring period)

This report introduces about the 4th monitoring period of greenhouse gas emission reductions in MSW management of the 5 demonstration municipalities, named Suzhou, Xi’an, Tai’an, Lanzhou and Bengbu. This report has been prepared by Sino Carbon Innovation & Investment Co., Ltd., China Municipalities Construction Design and Research Institute Co., Ltd., China Environmental Resources Technology Co., […]

December 28, 2021
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