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JOBS - International Reviewer for the Low Carbon Cities Framework and Assessment System
 

In line with the Government's intention to reduce the national greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity per Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by 45% by 2030 compared to 2005 levels, the Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment & Climate Change (MESTECC) and the Malaysian Green Technology Corporation (GreenTech Malaysia) have developed the Low Carbon Cities Framework (LCCF), a framework that guides the implementation of low carbon measures in a city/ township. This framework, substantiated by an assessment system called the Low Carbon Cities Assessment System (LCCFTRACK), allows for the performance of cities and townships on their contribution to the carbon emission levels of the country to be qualified and monitored. Established in 2011, the framework helps stakeholders in cities and townships to define their priorities and develop action plans to reduce their carbon emissions as it focuses specifically on strategies and measures towards carbon reduction.

The objectives of the LCCF are: -

  • To encourage and promote the concept of low carbon cities and townships in malaysia;
  • To increase the compatibility of cities/township with their local natural system;and
  • To guide cities in making choice/decisions towards greener solutions.
Duties and Responsibilities

The Consultant will perform the following tasks:

  1. Conduct a review of the current LCCF guide document (which includes both the framework and assessment system) against other similar international low carbon city frameworks and assessment systems,for example the Global Protocol for Community-Scale Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventories (GPC), the Low Carbon City Development Program (LCCDP), the Carbonn Climate Registry (cCR),  Low Carbon Model Town (LCMT) of APERC or any approved equivalent framework, assessment system or programme as jointly agreed during the inception phase. The consultant will provide a detailed analysis of the relevant information;
  2. Identify strengths and gaps of LCCF in technical and non-technical areas through a mixture of both desktop research and active consultation with relevant actors, including but not limited to national ministries/ agencies and local authorities;
  3. Proposed detailed improvements to the LCCF guide document and methodology (both qualitative and quantitative);
  4. Recommend improvements for LCCF methodology’s alignment with the GHG Protocol for Communities Scale (GPC) city level reporting;
  5. To propose mitigation actions that can be included under LCCF for carbon reduction;
  6. To recommend enhancements  or value add to LCCF as a planning tool for municipalities and new development;
  7. Recommend strategies, action plan, roadmap or way forward for LCCF to be one of the globally recognised tools;
  8. Present findings and recommendations of the consultancy in a 1 day workshop.

Click here for details and application : https://jobs.undp.org/cj_view_job.cfm?cur_job_id=82246

 
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