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Structure of DNA and Proposed Sustainable Development Criteria for CDM Projects In Bangladesh. CDM Designated National Authority (DNA) Durbar Conference of Parties (COP9) to the UNFCCC, Milan, Italy

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Structure of DNA and Proposed Sustainable Development Criteria for CDM Projects In Bangladesh

CDM Designated National Authority (DNA) Durbar Conference of Parties (COP9) to the UNFCCC, Milan, Italy

Presented by:Mohammad Reazuddin, Director (Technical), Department of Environment (DOE), GoB and A. H. Md. Maqsood Sinha, Executive Director, Waste Concern December 2003


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Bangladesh Setting Criteria for CDM Projects In Bangladesh

  • Ratified UNFCCC.

  • Ratified Kyoto Protocol (KP)

  • Submitted First National Communications of the UNFCCC;

  • MoEF is the Focal Point for the UNFCCC and KP

  • GoB has taken a positive stand regarding CDM

  • Established Designated National Authority (DNA) for the CDM Projects.


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From October 2002 to September 2003, the Government of Bangladesh and Waste Concern with support from UNDP completed a project entitled `Capacity Building for CDM in Bangladesh`

Project Outputs

  • Policy guidelines and institutional framework for implementation of CDM in Bangladesh

  • Development of baseline and preparation of business plan for landfill gas extraction and its productive utilization


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CDM Board Bangladesh and Waste Concern with support from UNDP completed a project entitled `Capacity Building for CDM in Bangladesh`

CDM committee

Project Concept paper/ Project Design Document

CDM Secretariat at DOE

Submitted

Structure of DNA for BangladeshFor Approval of CDM Projects

For Endorsement

For approval

PDD cleared for validation

Proposal Rejected/revised

Designated National Authority


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Technology Bangladesh and Waste Concern with support from UNDP completed a project entitled `Capacity Building for CDM in Bangladesh`

Environmental

Economic

Social

Potential CDM Projects

Proposed Sustainable Development Indicators for Bangladesh

Potential CDM Projects

Meet international screening criteria

Meet national sustainable development criteria of CDM projects


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Environmental Indicators Bangladesh and Waste Concern with support from UNDP completed a project entitled `Capacity Building for CDM in Bangladesh`

  • Global Environment: greenhouse gas emissions reduction.

  • Local environment improvement (air, water, soil, etc.)

  • Efficient resource utilization (or the benefit of future generations)


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Economic Indicators Bangladesh and Waste Concern with support from UNDP completed a project entitled `Capacity Building for CDM in Bangladesh`

Macro-economic Indicators

  • Contributes to reduction of foreign expenditures

  • Contributes to national debt reduction

    Micro-economic Indicators

  • Cost-effectiveness


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Social Indicators Bangladesh and Waste Concern with support from UNDP completed a project entitled `Capacity Building for CDM in Bangladesh`

  • Poverty Alleviation

  • Creation of new jobs

  • Creation of new economic activities

  • Positive impacts on local communities

  • Positive Health Impact

  • Gender Equity(Women empowerment, equitable distribution of wealth)


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Technological Indicators Bangladesh and Waste Concern with support from UNDP completed a project entitled `Capacity Building for CDM in Bangladesh`

  • Transfer of clean and cost effective technologies.

  • Contribution to the sustainable use of natural resources.

  • Ease of adaptation to local condition.


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GOAL Bangladesh and Waste Concern with support from UNDP completed a project entitled `Capacity Building for CDM in Bangladesh`

  • IS THE PROJECT BENEFICIAL FOR THE COUNTRY ?

    or

  • DOES IT HELP ACHIEVE THE DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES OF THE COUNTRY?


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If Not! Bangladesh and Waste Concern with support from UNDP completed a project entitled `Capacity Building for CDM in Bangladesh`

IS THE PROJECT AT LEAST NOT INCONSISTENT

WITH THE PLANS AND POLICIES OF THE

GOVERNMENT

At the practical level this implies

DOES THE PROJECT CONFORM TO ALL THE

SECTORAL PLANS (MINISTRIES/AGENCIES)

OF THE COUNTRY


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Does it aggravate any existing environmental problem Bangladesh and Waste Concern with support from UNDP completed a project entitled `Capacity Building for CDM in Bangladesh`

YES

Rejected

NO

Any sectoral DEVELOPMENT objectives violated?

YES

Rejected

NO

Does it strongly address any development or environmental goal

YES

Accepted

NO

EVALUATE PROJECT USING SD CRITERIA


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Sustainable Development Matrix Bangladesh and Waste Concern with support from UNDP completed a project entitled `Capacity Building for CDM in Bangladesh`


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Sustainable Development Matrix Bangladesh and Waste Concern with support from UNDP completed a project entitled `Capacity Building for CDM in Bangladesh`


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CDM Project Opportunities in Bangladesh Bangladesh and Waste Concern with support from UNDP completed a project entitled `Capacity Building for CDM in Bangladesh`

  • Methane recovery from landfill with or without electricity generation

  • Composting of urban solid waste

  • Biogas from a wide variety of waste, such as:

    -Poultry Droppings

    -Tannery Waste

    -Effluent from food processing industries

    -Human Excreta

    -Sewage Treatment

  • Solar Home System in off grid areas

  • Efficient Lamps to replace incandescent light bulbs

  • Fuel substitution and efficiency improvement in brick manufacturing

  • Sugar cogeneration


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Terms of Reference of CDM Committee Bangladesh and Waste Concern with support from UNDP completed a project entitled `Capacity Building for CDM in Bangladesh`

  • Formulation of national CDM policy and strategy, such as developing national sustainable development criteria.

  • Selecting CDM sectors and project type (such as energy, agriculture, forestry, industry, waste management etc.)

  • Selection of technology options/imports.

  • Equitable distribution of project in different regions of Bangladesh.

  • Benefit sharing.

  • Approval of projects to be sent to CDM Board for endorsement.


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Terms of Reference of CDM Board Bangladesh and Waste Concern with support from UNDP completed a project entitled `Capacity Building for CDM in Bangladesh`

  • The CDM Board would provide the Government

    endorsement for the projects approved by

    the National CDM Committee

  • The CDM Board would provide necessary guidance to National CDM Committee

  • Facilitate smooth implementation of CDM projects by sorting inter-ministerial issues involved in CDM projects.


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