This request for proposals is closed.
The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) together with the EITI Philippines and with the support from USAID, is seeking a competent and credible firm or individual to conduct an Extractives Integrity study in Philippines. The consultant must be a reputable company/one or more individual(s) with a proven reputation, perceived by the EITI International Secretariat to be credible, trustworthy, experienced and technically competent.
The consultant will need to possess the following competencies:
The Environmental and Climate Change Impacts of Extractive Industries and the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Research was supported by the International Renaissance Foundation and commissioned by the Democratic Practice Program and EPAIU between October, 2020 and March, 2021.
The findings served as a basis for establishing climate change links to the extractive industries, that is based on two main approaches:
Extractive industries begin a life cycle that leads to climate change;
Attached below are the Terms of Reference of the EITI Board's Governance and Oversight Committee
Argentina joined the EITI in 2019. Argentina's next Validation against the 2019 EITI Standard is scheduled to commence on 1 January 2022.
In accordance with the Validation procedure, the EITI International Secretariat is seeking stakeholder views on Argentina's progress in implementing the EITI Standard between 2019 and January 2022. Stakeholders are requested to send views to the Validation team led by Alex Gordy (AGordy@eiti.org) by 1 January 2022.
Please find the more detailed questions for the public consultation attached.
The Guatemala EITI Report covers the 2018, 2019 and 2020 fiscal years. The document was submitted in December 2021, and Guatemala MSG is currently in the process of providing complementary information.
Germany's report on progress of EITI implementation. Includes tracking of recommendations from Validation (excel). Attached as well is the evaluation of the 2020 work plan which was conducted at the end of 2020 to set out the 2021 work plan. All files are available on the d-eiti.de website: https://d-eiti.de/mediathek-dokumente/
This guidance note refers to the 2019 EITI Standard
Most resource-rich countries have registries to help them manage their extractive industry licensing systems. License registries are databases that contain documentation related to all exploration, development and extractive rights awarded to companies. The format of such databases varies from Excel spreadsheets to sophisticated, online systems with geographical, geological and other contextual information, such as license documents.
The energy transition is a global shift away from fossil fuels to renewable sources of energy, contributing to the wider transition to a decarbonised economy by mid-century. It is underpinned by a collective global commitment to keep global warming below 2˚C in line with the Paris Agreement and nationally determined contributions (NDCs).
The global shift envisaged through the transition will require a transformation of the extractive industries and will expose producer countries to new risks and opportunities. As global consumption of fossil fuels declines,
GHEITI's Mainstreaming Feasibility study provides an assessment of the opportunities and challenges of transitioning from standalone EITI reporting to systematic disclosures of information through appropriate disclosure systems (government and company websites, databases annual reports, portals, etc.). The study is based on the assessment of the current scope of systematic disclosure based on the level of comprehensiveness, disaggregation, timeliness, reliability, and accessibility of disclosure.