Global Climate Policy Conference 2016

3rd Global Climate Policy Conference (GCPC)
‘Implementing the Paris Agreement. New Research Solutions for Developing Countries’
13 & 14th of July 2016, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Climate Strategies, the Uongozi Institute and Konrad Adenauer Foundation organised the 3rd Global Climate Policy Conference ‘Implementing the Paris Agreement’,  in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

The Paris Agreement reached at COP21 in December 2015 was a key milestone in fighting climate change. But much support is still needed to help developing countries explore new ideas and approaches to implement their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs). Climate Strategies, the Uongozi Institute and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation jointly provided a platform where climate policy makers and international researchers met to explore options. We discussed a mix of bottom-up approaches –  developed by the research community –  and top-down  approaches from the policy community.

While the conference broadly focused on addressing key issues in the climate domain and advancing climate actions, particular emphasis was given to topics relevant to the African continent.

The conference will covered issues on:

• NDCs Ambition
• Governance and Transparency
• Justice and Equity
• Means of Implementation (Finance, Technology, Capacity)
• Adaptation and Resilience
• Monitoring and Reporting
• Loss and Damage
• Low-carbon Development

Full details on the conference is available at on the GCPC 2016 events page.

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