South-South Cooperation on Climate Change Forum - 8 December 2014 in Lima
The SSCCC Forum aims to contribute to a successful post 2015 climate agreement by promoting South-South Cooperation as an integral part of global action against climate change. The Forum is a unique opportunity for participants to engage in the ongoing climate talks and provide recommendations on a number innovative actions, policy setting, financing and institutional development to enable rapid scaling up South-South Cooperation initiatives. The day event will feature an Opening Ceremony and Ministerial Dialogue followed by high-level panels in plenary.
Specific objectives are:
- To raise awareness of the role of South-South Cooperation
- To identify opportunities and challenges for South-South Cooperation
- To discuss and agree upon a number of enabling conditions for promoting South-South Cooperation, such as political, financial and institutional settings
The Forum is co-sponsored by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) of China, UNEP, UNDP, and supported by SDC, WWF-China, UNEP-Tongji-IESD, UNFCCC and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. It is being organized in partnership by the UNEP-International Ecosystem Management Partnership (UNEP-IEMP), NDRC Climate Change Department and INTASAVE.
Registration is open to COP20 delegates, the media, and local science, policy and business communities in Peru.Register now!
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