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Title The Nuclear Safety Information Sharing Enhancement through the MRV Principles under UNFCCC
Journal name Asian Journal of Climate Change and Sustainable Development: Law, Economics and Politics
Author Yi-Yuan Su
Co_author Cheng-Chia Hung, Ming-Zhi Gao, Yu-Sung Lai,
Section Journal
Number Vol.1 Number 1
Date 2012.04
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Abstract

Many countries use nuclear energy as a policy to reduce domestic greenhouse gas emissions. As agreed upon in the Bali Action Plan, those who deploy nuclear energy and technologies shall follow the principles of measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV principles) when submitting national communication reports. The implementation of the MRV principles would encourage the Parties to disclose the information of using nuclear technologies and nuclear energy in a way that can benefit other countries in the UNFCCC as they strive to advance their technology and methods. The information disclosure and sharing could contribute to the establishment of the early-warning mechanisms for when nuclear accidents have cross-border effects. This article will explain the principles of MRV in UNFCCC, its usage in four different sectors?national communication, mitigation acts, project-based mechanisms, financial mechanisms?and the reporting issues of implementing the MRV in the nuclear sector. We will discuss the MRV usage principles under the UNFCCC, Kyoto Protocol, Bali Action Plan, and other conventions for nuclear safety. The findings in this paper could assist Member Parties comply with its UNFCCC obligations.

 

Keywords: UNFCCC, nuclear security, measurable, verifiable, reportable, Kyoto Protocol 

 

 

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