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Unbiased) and consistent manner across parameters, source categories, countries, and inventory reporting years. , subject to bias). Availability of uncertainty estimates Finally, as most countries have not, thus far, undertaken detailed and rigorous uncertainty analyses, reliable estimates of inventory uncertainty are not generally available. An adjustment factor based on country-level uncertainty estimates would require considerable additional resource expenditures for each country that is party to the Kyoto Protocol, as well as considerable resources expended in verifying the estimates internationally.
We start from the premise that any adjustments to inventory estimates should be designed to maintain the environmental integrity of any international compliance system of which the adjustments are a part. In the current context, environmental integrity can be broadly interpreted to mean ensuring that actions-including the estimation process for national emissions inventories, the level of emissions commitments, compliance requirements, and any adjustments made or enforcement actions-tend to further, and not erode, the goals of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and Kyoto Protocol in protecting the environment.