Welcome to the UNEP Risoe
NAMA Pipeline Analysis and Database
The NAMA Pipeline Analysis and Database contains all
submissions to the UNFCCC from developing countries and countries in
transition for Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions. Such
submissions have not yet been finally formalized and succeed in a
bottom-up process induced by the current developments in international
The columns and the variables used to describe each
NAMA will change over time as more NAMA are submitted, like it
happened for the CDMPipeline. Soon we will begin to add analysis
sheets to the NAMA Pipeline. We welcome and would be thankful for
all inputs provided by stakeholders and market participants to
improve the level of information.
The UNFCCC NAMA Registry can
now be access by the public at the webpage:
date of submission is no more visible as it was before. Take care:
the reference numbers in the titles of the NAMAs are wrong (they are
correct in the NAMA listings).
information is used as input to our NAMAPipeline, which now contains
Two new NAMAs
were submitted from Mexico:
Reduction Actions Program (NAMA) in Natural Gas Processing,
Transport and Distribution System, through fugitive emission
in the Mexican Oil and Gas sector"
supports for NAMAs were submitted:
American Investment Facility (LAIF)",
Infrastructure Trust Fund (ITF)", and
Investment Facility (NIF)".
The NAMA Pipeline is a less
formal overview of NAMAs submitted to the Registry. Many users will
find similarities with the trendsetting sister site, the CDMPipeline.
Here projects have been recorded, categorised, and analysed in accord
with the UNFCCC CDM website. It is the hope that the NAMA Pipeline
similarly will supplement the official registries and provide users
with similar options for creating their own statistics. It will also
provide the first graphic and tabular presentations of the depth and
reach of submitted NAMAs, a section that is going to develop as data
We have split the former pipeline into two: the former
upper part containing the submissions to the Copenhagen Accord are now
in the sheet "Submissions" and the lower part containing the real
NAMAs submitted are now in the sheet "NAMAs".
We have added an Analysis sheet to the NAMAPipeline. It
now contains two tables: One shows how many NAMAs of the (for
recognition, support for preparation, support for implementation)
countries have submitted. The other shows which sector or type the
submitted NAMAs belongs to.
Please cite as "UNEP Risoe NAMA Pipeline Analysis and
Database, December 1st 2013".
Please do not put the spreadsheets on other web-sites.
Instead please provide a link to this site to ensure continuous
UNEP Risoe Centre