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Public Procurement: Implementing the COP28 Global Stocktake Decision in the Nordics and Beyond

25.03.24 | Fjármögnunarmöguleiki
Invitation to tender for the project “Implementing the COP28 Global Stocktake Decision in the Nordics and Beyond: Solutions in line with 1.5°C Pathways"


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Wed, 24/04/2024 - 23:55
Up to 500.000 DKK

The Nordic working group for Climate and Air (NKL) and has, via Denmark’s Ministry of Environment, published a procurement procedure of the project “NKL-2416  Implementing the COP28 Global Stocktake Decision in the Nordics and Beyond: Solutions in line with 1.5°C Pathways”. At COP28, Parties unanimously agreed on the imperative of "deep, rapid, and sustained reductions in greenhouse gas emissions in line with 1.5°C pathways," as outlined in paragraph 28 of the GST decision. This paragraph contains eight points outlining global efforts, featuring transitioning away from fossil fuels in the energy sector, enhancing renewable energy sources, and intensifying efforts in zero and low-emission technologies.

The procurement procedure comprises showcasing Nordic examples in climate action that align with the Global Stocktake (GST) §28 decision's objectives agreed at COP28 for deep, rapid, and sustained reductions in greenhouse gas emissions in line with 1.5°C pathways. The project aims to highlight solutions across various sectors, and inspire scalable global efforts toward a sustainable and resilient future.

To read more about the procurement, click this link:


Project objectives

  • Identify and showcase exemplary Nordic climate initiatives across various sectors, emphasizing their alignment with the objectives set forth in paragraph 28 of the GST decision. 
  • Assess the scalability and replicability of these initiatives at a global level.

Tasks, output and communication

The results gathered during the studyare to be compiled into a:

1.                         Short project description

2.                         Main research report

3.                         Policy brief, example catalogue or other communication material

4.                         Power point with main project features and results

5.                         International communication

6.                         Content for social media 

7.                         Short final report with accounts for internal NCM administrative purposes


The Nordic steering group will decide on whether to publish the report and policy brief within the NCM web publication series. The supplier must present the manuscript and necessary summary (both English and a Scandinavian language), draft twitter and linked in text etc. according to the NCM publication guidelines:


23.05.2024 – 02.12.2024



24.04.2024 at 23:55 CET.


Who can apply
All countries


Please observe that questions to the procurement procedure can’t be answered through telephone or email contact. A Q&A will be published at www.udbud.dk . For information on procurement conditions, how to apply, selection criteria and more information on each task and output of the project, please consult the tender specifications etc. at https://www.udbud.dk/Pages/Tenders/ShowTender?tenderid=76182

Tenders must be sent by e-mail to udbud@mim.dk


If the tenderer deems elements of the documents and the procurement procedure to be unclear or inappropriate, the tenderer is encouraged to ask written questions to both the two email addresses below:



For timeline, tender requierements and how to apply: https://www.udbud.dk/Pages/Tenders/ShowTender?tenderid=76182