The CCAC Methane Roadmap Action Programme (M-RAP) supports Global Methane Pledge (GMP) countries and CCAC countries with the development of methane mitigation roadmaps to advance national methane action.
The M-RAP Virtual Workshop Series will provide participating countries with a detailed training, guides and resources covering the 5 building blocks of methane mitigation planning. Participants will hear from scientific and technical experts and learn from concrete country examples. Participants will also learn about the technical and financial resources provided by the CCAC and our Partners to support methane roadmap development and project implementation.
The M-RAP Workshop Series consists of 8 virtual workshops between May and June 2023. The workshops will be recorded and be available online as training materials.
Virtual Workshop Series Schedule
Registration is open to all GMP and CCAC countries.
Thursday 4 May 0830-1000 EST / 1430-1600 CET / 1930-2100 BKK
This initial virtual workshop provided an overview of the importance of action on methane and provide an update on the Global Methane Pledge. It also introduced the CCAC Methane Roadmap Action Programme (M-RAP) and detailed how countries can receive support from the CCAC and its partners in the development of their National Methane Roadmap, as well as giving an overview of the ‘building blocks’ or core components of such Roadmaps which will be further detailed in subsequent workshops. View the presentation here.
Thursday 25 May 0830-1000 EST / 1430-1600 CET / 1930-2100 BKK
This workshop will introduce the CCAC Methane Roadmap Action Programme (M-RAP) and how countries can receive support in development of their own National Methane Roadmap. Participants will also focus on the data and resources available (e.g. methane emission estimates), where they can be found, and how they can be used support building block 1 on inventories.
Thursday 11 May 0900-1000 EST / 1500-1600 CET / 2000-2100 BKK
This workshop will focus on identifying and evaluating existing methane mitigation policies and measures including quantifying their mitigation potential, impacts, gaps and opportunities.
Thursday 18 May 0900-1000 EST / 1500-1600 CET / 2000-2100 BKK
This workshop will focus on how methane reductions have been/could be translated into targets and commitments that allow the contribution of a country to achieving the Global Methane Pledge to be transparently understood.
Thursday 8 June 0800-0900 EST / 1400-1500 CET / 1900-2000 BKK
This workshop will focus on identifying and mapping implementation pathways for methane mitigation in the oil and gas sector.
Thursday 8 June 0900-1000 EST / 1500-1600 CET / 2000-2100 BKK
This workshop will focus on identifying and mapping implementation pathways for methane mitigation in the agriculture sector.
Thursday 8 June 1000-1100 EST / 1600-1700 CET / 2100-2200 BKK
This workshop will focus on identifying and mapping implementation pathways for methane mitigation in the waste sector.
Thursday 15 June 0900-1000 EST / 1500-1600 CET / 2000-2100 BKK
For a National Methane Roadmap to be a useful document, the actions identified within it need to be implemented and monitored. This workshop will focus on how actions related to the coordination of Methane mitigation can be integrated into the National Methane Action Plan and operationalised following its endorsement.
Please do not hesitate to contact Nathan Borgford-Parnell (email@example.com) and Sophie Bonnard (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
We look forward to your participation!