Belgium
Designated Focal Point National guidelines and procedures for approving JI projects
National Climate Commission
Permanent Secretariat

Avenue Roi Albert II / Koning Albert II laan, 20 bte/bus 8
1000 Brussels
Belgium

Mr. Bart Naessens
Flemish Government
Environment, Nature and Energy Department
Air, Nuisance, Risk Management, Environment and Health Division

                     
                     
                     
                     
                       Phone: +32 2 553 11 21
                       
Fax: +32 2 553 11 45
Email: bart.naessens@lne.vlaanderen.be

External link to national guidelines and procedures for approving JI projects:
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JI projects
Publicly accessible user interface of national registry (if available)*
"Track 2" projects**
"Track 1" projects**
ITL project ID Title Last Updated
BE1000314 YARA Tertre Uhde 2 abatement project in Belgium 02 Apr 12
BE1000315 YARA Tertre Uhde 3 abatement project in Belgium 02 Apr 12

* According to paragraph 44 of Decision 13/CMP.1 "each national registry shall make non-confidential information publicly available and provide a publicly accessible user interface through the Internet that allows interested persons to query and view it." In accordance with paragraph 46 of Decision 13/CMP.1 the "information referred to in paragraph 44 ... shall include the following Article 6 project information, for each project identifier against which the Party has issued ERUs: (a) Project name: a unique name for the project(;) (b) Project location: the Party and town or region in which the project is located(;) (c) Years of ERU issuance: the years in which ERUs have been issued as a result of the Article 6 project(;) (d) Reports: downloadable electronic versions of all publicly available documentation relating to the project, including proposals, monitoring, verification and issuance of ERUs, where relevant, subject to the confidentiality provisions in decision 9/CMP.1."

** Projects switching "Tracks" appear with different ITL project IDs.

(The term "Article" refers to an Article of the Kyoto Protocol.)