Peer review of indicator-related methodological documents for the 2021–2022 UNCCD reporting process
Convention institutions are currently updating and reviewing modalities for UNCCD reporting, following the guidance received by Parties during COP 14. To increase transparency and share with Parties important milestones in preparing new reporting tools, this webpage contains draft documents related to reporting methodologies and indicators which are being made progressively available for peer review by National Focal Points and Science and Technology Correspondents of the UNCCD, as appropriate. Please note that these draft documents are for the purpose of review and are not for citation or other uses.
The documents will be revised in response to inputs received through peer review, as appropriate, with a view to inform the refinement of the tools for national reporting.
Comments should be provided using the review template associated with each document.
1. Good Practice Guidance for national reporting on UNCCD strategic objective 3
The monitoring framework for strategic objective 3 was adopted by Parties in decision 11/COP.14. Consequently, reviewers should aim at fine-tuning and improving the implementation of the main analytical aspects of the proposed methods, rather than suggesting a comprehensive overhaul of the adopted monitoring framework.
Comments should be sent by e-mail to email@example.com as soon as possible and no later than 28 February 2021.
2. Methodological Note – Trends in population exposure to land degradation: A disaggregated approach by gender
Comments should be sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible and no later than 15 March 2021.
3. Re-evaluation of the current biodiversity indicator and associated metrics for UNCCD’s strategic objective 4
Re-evaluation of the current biodiversity indicator and associated metrics for UNCCD’s strategic objective 4 and associated review template (please note that review template file has two tabs, both of which should be filled out).
Comments should be sent by e-mail to email@example.com soon as possible and no later than 22 March 2021.