MRV system portals

Aether offers tailored secure online portals for managing information.  This information is often associated with Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) systems for air pollution, greenhouse gases but also other climate change adaptation and mitigation data management. 

These portals are flexible and are aligned with our customers’ unique governance structures, datasets and stakeholders.  The portals facilitate engagement across a wide breadth of stakeholders and maximise institutional knowledge retention and sharing.  They also provide reliable archiving and back-up solutions. 

The Paris Agreement demands greater action and with it improved transparency.  Aether’s products support the need for development and maintenance of MRV systems associated with Nationally Determined Contributions.  Aether’s  MRV system portals have been proven to help to accelerate capacity building for sustainable MRV systems.

For more information, please contact Justin Goodwin.

Testimonials

Don't just take our word for it...

“Aether's approach to couple innovative visualisation with high expertise manpower delivered valuable insights for our inventory work.”

Umweltbundesamt (Germany)

“The Aether team were a joy to work with and I would recommend the consultancy - the service provided throughout the process was exceptional.”

Clare Bayley, Defra

“Chris was excellent to work with and always very pro active in making suggestions, taking work forward and applying his considerable technical knowledge in effective ways.”

Robert Vaughan, Defra Air Quality Team

“Aether delivered training workshops and generated learning materials for our SSN members, providing technical content in a manageable and comprehendible format. We particularly benefitted from their extensive knowledge and ability to interpret the needs of our members into the training materials.”

Jennifer Anderson, Sustainable Scotland Network

“The professional service provided by your company was of very high quality and completed within agreed timelines.”

Matthew Dudley, UNFCCC Secretariat

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