CDM Implementation Experiences of Bhutan. Sonam Yangley Director National Environment Commission. Background on CC. Bhutan’s significant step to address Climate Change issues: signed UNFCCC at Rio de Janeiro in 1992 ratified UNFCCC during the 73 rd Session of National Assembly in 1995
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National Environment Commission
Bhutan’s significant step to address Climate Change issues:
E7 Fund for sustainable energy development and the
Department of Energy, RGOB
-carbon credit sharing by and for sustainable development of renewable energy resource (micro hydro).
- gain experience to contribute to rule making for the CDM.
i) Demonstration of the project as the CDM pilot project
ii) RE of 42 HH, 5 institutional buildings at Chendebji village
iii) Improvement of education and living standards utilizing ICT.
5. To fully benefit from carbon trading, more human resources and capacity building and awareness is needed.
6. Pilot projects should be implemented (learning by doing) to provide guidance in evaluating cost/benefits of carbon projects.