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Middle and initial mgt levels

Carbon Credits & GHGs; Demonstration of Kyoto Instrument Applications to Thar CoalQ

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One day Karachi 2013 MMP in coordination with CEDD

Proposed Speakers:
See resume attached
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Prospective Participating organizations:

SEPA, CEDD, Mines & Mineral Directorate, SCA, Forestry, Wild Life Dept, NGOs core group (CG), Civil Society, Block Owners

Training on Carbon credits and associated technologies to reduce GHG in the mining and power sectors (e.g. carbon capture and storage, underground coal gasification). National and International Policies and Regulations for Environment Protection. Policy options for managing GHG emissions from expected coal mining and power generation activities in Thar Coalfields Current worldwide concern over potential global warming and the challenge to expanded coal utilization internationally Methodology to estimate/predict CO2 emissions

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Contents: Global Warming Issue needs to be presented/highlighted and also the GWP of different GHGs
1. Carbon Credit & GHGs 1.1 Overview 1.2 Kyoto Protocol and Kyoto Mechanisms applicable to Thar Coal 1.3 Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) / Joint Implementation (JI) framework 2. Green House Gases 2.1 Potential sources in Thar Region and Emission Forecasts; estimating the future emissions trajectory based on proposed Thar development (use the 3 scenarios provided to MMP in Air shed modeling Task) 2.2 Impacts on Environment
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Development of carbon emissions inventory, databases and models for effectiveness of carbon mitigation projects for power generation industry. How to establish BAU emission baseline, How to calculate Additionality; reductions in emissions that are additional to any that would occur in absence of certified project activity Implementation of new technologies other than those included in Business-as-usual (BAU) projections 2.3 Policy options for managing GHG emissions from expected coal mining and power generation
activities in Thar Coalfields

2.4 Applicable technologies to reduce GHG in the mining and power sectors such as CO geosequestration, CBM, and UCG. Or other measures suchas Green Credits (acres of advance afforestation before project approval).

2.54 Application of Methodology to develop eligible Carbon Credit project based on Thar coal mining
26. Eestimates to /predict CO2 emissions

2.5 Mitigation measures to reduce GHGs in Thar and their eligibility potential for Carbon Credits 2.6 Potentially applicable Ttechnologies y associated to reduce GHGs in Thar Coal development

Training Methodology:
Interactive lecture Presentations Workshop and group work Discussion

Trainees feedback and evaluation

Participants feedback and Evaluation Informal interview

List of invitees for Capacity Building Workshop 1. Secretary Coal and energy development department 2. DG Sindh coal authority 3. DG Sindh environmental protection agency 3.4. Ozone cell Islamabad 4.5. Secretary Works & Services Department 5.6. Additional Chief secretary Planning and Development Department 6.7. Secretary Archeology Department 7.8. Member Land Utilization, Board of Revenue 8.9. Secretary Health Department 9.10. Secretary Education Department 10.11. Deputy Commissioner Tharparkar 11.12. Secretary Agriculture Department

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Secretary Livestock Department Director settlements, Hyderabad Secretary Mines and Minerals Department Secretary Information Technology Department Secretary Wild Life Department Secretary Forest Department Block holders UCG Sino Sindh Oracle SECMC SUPARCO NGOs (core group) TRDP Banhnbeli SCOPE PVDP Maroora Coordination Council PD PMU NPIW Karachi MD SIDA, Hyderabad

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