Call for public input on determination and verification manual (DVM) - second draft
At its fourteenth meeting, the Joint Implementation Supervisory Committee (JISC) decided to develop a determination and verification manual (DVM) under joint implementation (JI), as a means to provide guidance to independent entities and JI project developers regarding determinations and verifications.
At its fifteenth meeting, the JISC agreed on the scope of DVM, defining the nature and the structure of a DVM, and requested the secretariat to launch a call for public input seeking to provide texts of the contents of a DVM, based on the nature and structure of a DVM as agreed by the JISC. The call was open from 27 April until 17 May 2009.
At its sixteenth meeting, the JISC, taking into account the inputs from the call, considered the first draft DVM prepared by the secretariat in consultation with selected JISC members, and requested the secretariat to prepare a second draft in consultation with selected JISC members, and launch a call for public inputs on the second draft for four weeks.Call for public input on DVM - second draft
Public inputs are invited regarding the following document:Draft determination and verification manual (version 01)
In preparing inputs, the following version, which highlights the changes from the first draft, may be useful:Draft determination and verification manual (version 01)
When submitting an input, please use the form below, which indicates:
- Name and affiliation;
- General comments, if any;
- Proposed change to the draft text and reason for the changes, as appropriate.
Form for input (368 KB)
The call for public input is open from 20 August 2009 until 16 September 2009 (17:00 GMT).
|15 September 2009 at 15:29 GMT+2||Konstantin Myachin (360 KB)|
|16 September 2009 at 12:59 GMT+2||Shigenari Yamamoto (537 KB)|
|16 September 2009 at 14:32 GMT+2||NEFCO (110 KB)|
|16 September 2009 at 15:39 GMT+2||Joint Implementation Action Group (JIAG) (139 KB)|
|16 September 2009 at 19:26 GMT+2||Project Developer Forum - Martin Enderlin (137 KB)|