Welcome to Mitigation and Transparency Exchange! Our objective is to keep you informed about climate mitigation efforts of Governments and Non-State Actors, and systems put in place to track progress.

If you’re interested in learning more background on each of the topic areas discussed on this site, we have you covered. Check out the resources below for more information.



Mitigation is the effort to decrease or prevent the emission of greenhouse gasses. Mitigation action materializes in a number of different forms, depending on a countries economy and capacity, however it is essential to limit the rise of global temperature below 2 degrees. Want to know more? You can find detailed information here.



Promoting transparency and accountability refers to the support and tools developing countries are provided with relating to measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV) under the Convention. You can more details about the process here.



Response Measures

Response measures refer to the range of policies, programs and actions that countries undertake to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. This could include subsidies to promote low-carbon development, border carbon adjustment measures or carbon labeling. Depending on implementation, response measures can be classified as unilateral, bilateral or multilateral. You can read more information here.