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The CBIT project will support Costa Rica in establishing an overarching structure across all sectors that will ensure high quality in its transparency instruments, and create the capacities to transcend in the usage of MRV for policy design inputs. CBIT’s most important contribution will occur through the creation of capacities at an inter-sectoral level. This cross-sectorial work is fundamental to Costa Rica due to the economy-wide nature of its’ NDC target, which seeks to drive deep, transformational de-carbonization, and therefore can only be achieved by incorporating multi or inter-sectoral approaches. These objectives will strongly foster Costa Rica’s capacity in complying with its obligations under the Paris Agreement. In line with the need for enhanced ambition, CBIT support will ensure the long-term capacity in climate policy planning, which is necessary to sustain its very ambitious target of carbon neutrality.
|Indicator||Target||Baseline||Value||Source of verification|
|Number of institutional sources from which data is being checked||4||0||0||Application of QA/QC in GHG inventory, and MoUs developed|
|Strategic Planning Unit established to generate climate analysis to inform policy making||1||0||0||SPU legal mandate|
|Number of national institutions using SPU's policy analysis for decision making||4||0||0||Survey with national institutions|
|Percentage of NDC-related policies or analysis, produced by SPU, that include a gender component||35%||0%||0||Review of SPU policies and analysis|
|Climate analysis for the country's NDC is more accurate||Yes||No||0||MRV system and reports generated by SPU|
|A national platform fully functional to manage transparency data and report on NDC progress||1||0||0||Institutional arrangements and platform information|
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