Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)

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Under the Clean Development Mechanism, emission-reduction projects in developing countries can earn certified emission reduction credits. These saleable credits can be used by industrialized countries to meet a part of their emission reduction targets under the Kyoto Protocol. more »

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CDM Insights Database for PAs and PoAs

Registered projects: 7789
CERs Issued for Project Activities: 1,884,972,768
CERs Issued for Programme of Activities: 11,393,581

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January 2017

No events scheduled

February 2017

  • 77th Meeting of the AP on 7th9th in Bonn, Germany more »
  • 93rd Meeting of the EB on 20th24th in Bonn, Germany more »

March 2017

  • 72nd Meeting of the MP on 20th24th in Bonn, Germany more »
  • 53rd Meeting of the SSC WG on 20th23rd in Bonn, Germany more »

April 2017

No events scheduled

May 2017

  • 94th Meeting of the EB on 2nd5th in Bonn, Germany more »

June 2017

  • 78th Meeting of the AP on 5th7th in Bonn, Germany more »

July 2017

  • 95th Meeting of the EB on 11th13th in Bonn, Germany more »
  • 73rd Meeting of the MP on 17th21st in Bonn, Germany more »
  • 54th Meeting of the SSC WG on 17th20th in Bonn, Germany more »

August 2017

No events scheduled

September 2017

  • 96th Meeting of the EB on 18th22nd in Bonn, Germany more »
  • 74th Meeting of the MP on 25th29th in Bonn, Germany more »

October 2017

  • 79th Meeting of the AP on 11th13th in Bonn, Germany more »
  • 97th Meeting of the EB on 30th3rd in Bonn, Germany more »

November 2017

No events scheduled

December 2017

No events scheduled

January 2018

No events scheduled

February 2018

  • 80th Meeting of the AP on 5–7 February in Bonn, Germany more »
  • 98th Meeting of the EB on 27 February–2 March in Bonn, Germany more »

March 2018

  • 75th Meeting of the MP on 26–29 March in Bonn, Germany more »

April 2018

  • 99th Meeting of the EB on 23–26 April in Bonn, Germany more »

May 2018

No events scheduled

June 2018

  • 76th Meeting of the MP on 5–8 June in Bonn, Germany more »
  • 81st Meeting of the AP on 18–20 June in Bonn, Germany more »

July 2018

  • 100th Meeting of the EB on 17–20 July in Bonn, Germany more »

August 2018

No events scheduled

September 2018

  • 101st Meeting of the EB on 18–21 September in Bonn, Germany more »
  • 77th Meeting of the MP on 24–27 September in Bonn, Germany more »

October 2018

  • 82nd Meeting of the AP on 15–17 October in Bonn, Germany more »

November 2018

  • 102nd Meeting of the EB on 26–29 November in Katowice, Poland more »

December 2018

No events scheduled

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  • The benefits of CDM
    The benefits of CDM
    CDM projects can help local communities in Africa by providing opportunities for sustainable development, creating employment or increased economic activity, improving air quality, and transferring technology. CDM projects can also earn credits that are tradable and saleable.

    Lea Ricolcol, "Sunset at the Wind Farm", CDM Project 0453: NorthWind Bangui Bay Project
  • Wood stoves in Nigeria
    Wood stoves in Nigeria
    In Nigeria, firewood consumption has led to severe deforestation and desertification. Highly efficient wood stoves are helping to tackle this problem. Households are saving money, youth are finding employment, and time that used to be spent collecting wood is now going to income generation.

    Yahaya Ahmed, "Learning how to assemble a wood stove", CDM Project 2711: Efficient Fuel Wood Stoves for Nigeria
  • Solar panels in South Africa
    Solar panels in South Africa
    Families in Kuyasa, a low-income informal settlement in the Khayelitsha township, have not only managed to cut their electricity costs, but are also doing their bit to reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Waste collection and treatment in Côte d'Ivoire
    Waste collection and treatment in Côte d'Ivoire
    This waste-to-energy project will collect and treat 200,000 tonnes of urban waste annually using anaerobic digesters. The resulting biogas will be used to produce electricity, while residual waste will be transformed into compost.

  • Papermill in South Africa
    Papermill in South Africa
    This fuel switch project reduces fossil fuel use and brings additional benefits, such as the long-term sustainability of the local paper mill and economic improvement in the area where the project is located.