Pro­kli­ma

Desde hace 25 años, Proklima promueve la protección integrada del ozono y del clima en el sector de la refrigeración en todo el mundo, centrándose en el uso de refrigerantes naturales y agentes espumantes respetuosos con el clima.

Mapa con los países relacionados con el proyecto

Los países asociados

Las actividades principales de Proklima incluyen el asesoramiento político, la creación de capacidades y la sensibilización de los distintos actores, así como la transferencia de conocimientos. En nombre del Ministerio Federal de Cooperación Económica y Desarrollo, Proklima apoya al gobierno alemán y participa activamente en reuniones y conferencias sobre el Protocolo de Montreal, como la MOP, el GTCA y el ExCom. Asimismo, informa tanto al público profesional como al público en general sobre los últimos avances en refrigeración sostenible a través de numerosas publicaciones y eventos. Uno de sus proyectos insignia es la capacitación Cool Training destinada a capacitadores, técnicos RAC y responsables políticos, y cuyo tema principal es la manipulación segura de refrigerantes naturales para formadores, técnicos y responsables políticos.

 

Úl­ti­mas pu­bli­ca­cio­nes

Ways towards a sustainable na­tio­nal MRV sys­tem for the coo­ling sec­tor

01.10.2019 , Noticias :

Back-to-back with the OEWG in Bangkok, a two-day workshop on inventories and MRV systems in the RAC sector took place

(abre la imagen ampliada)
Participants of the MRV workshop © GIZ

30 participants from 14 countries, comprising national ozone officers and focal points from respective departments for climate change or energy efficiency, learned about methodological approaches and discussed benefits and challenges for setting up a sector MRV system. During the first day, the development and use of RAC greenhouse gas inventories were illustrated, including the exchange of hands-on experiences among the participants. So far, 14 countries worldwide have developed a comprehensive sector inventory with the support of GIZ Proklima. How to move from a one-time inventory to a continuous and institutionalized data collection was subject to the second day. Theoretical inputs tackled aspects related to the construction of a MRV system, which were further highlighted in a group work session. In addition, United for Efficiency (U4E), (abre en una nueva ventana)part of the UN Environment program, presented their work on a product registration database as integrated component of such a system.

To support the development of mitigation targets and mobilization of related funding, it is most important to undertake comprehensive stocktaking of the status-quo and enable the transparent monitoring of mitigation action. A sector MRV system not only facilitates to comply with the (inter-)national emission reporting requirements but also supports the design of suitable climate mitigation policies and allows to evaluate their effectiveness.

The workshop was organized by GIZ Proklima projects on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU): Cool Contributions Fighting Climate Change (C4), (abre en una nueva ventana)Green Cooling Initiative II (GCI II) and Management and Destruction of ozone depleting substances in ODS Banks. (abre en una nueva ventana)