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The Paris Agreement Implementation and Compliance Committee

1 Days
Área del programa
Climate Change
0,00 US$
Correo Electrónico del Centro de Coordinación del Evento
UNFCCC (668)
Public – by registration
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The Paris Agreement Implementation and Compliance Committee (PAICC), established under Article 15 of the Paris Agreement, facilitates the implementation of and promotes the compliance with the Paris Agreement. 

This course will introduce you to the Paris Agreement Implementation and Compliance Committee (PAICC). It will provide you with a detailed description of the function, nature, and operation of the Committee.

What will you learn?

By completing this course, learners will be able to:

  • Define the operating context of the Committee in the reporting and review process under the Paris Agreement.
  • Summarize the role, key features, and conduct of meetings of the Committee.
  • Identify and categorize the four modes of initiation of the work of the Committee and enumerate  the measures the Committee can take to facilitate Party’s implementation and compliance with the Paris Agreement.  

Course at a glance

This online course includes one online lesson with two learning modules and a quiz that take an average of two hours to be completed.

Module 1: Operating context of the Paris Agreement Implementation and Compliance Committee (PAICC).

Module 2: Facilitation of implementation and promotion of compliance with the Paris Agreement.


Participants who successfully pass the quiz with a minimum grade of 70% within three attempts will get an official UN Climate Change certificate.

Who is this course for?

This course caters to both Party and non-Party stakeholders, including members of civil society, policymakers, advisors, government officials and parliamentarians.