As the largest and first of its kind in sub-Saharan Africa, REIPPPP offers valuable academic and policy-relevant insights for other countries across the continent and globally that are in the process of designing and adopting similar RE tendering schemes. In particular, important insights can be obtained from studying whether and how REIPPPP has fostered broader developmental objectives. Programme: 9h00 to […]
‘Modalities, procedures and guidelines’ are being worked out, to support the implementation of the Paris Agreement’s Enhanced Transparency framework. While a number of provisions are mandatory, reporting on loss and damage is voluntary. Although guidance on how to report on loss and damage may be developed over the coming months, thus far there is none. Experience with related reporting processes […]
Renewable energies are a key component in global efforts to address climate change. Around the world, companies and governments are developing wind and solar projects, as well as other renewable energy schemes at an increasing pace. However, while greenhouse gas mitigation is a strong driver for these investments, large-scale renewable energy projects do not automatically benefit everyone, and are not […]
The LEDS GP is once again partnering with the NDC Support Cluster, the NDC Partnership, GIZ, CDKN, ICAT, UNDP and the Partnership on Transparency in the Paris Agreement in hosting of the Global NDC Conference 2019 taking place in Berlin, Germany. It is co-hosted by the NDC Partnership, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, UN Development Programme (UNDP), Low Emission […]
How do we design, build and operate sustainable data centers for the digital age? Data Centers Denmark is a platform for business, operations and technology executives to discuss cloud and data center infrastructure build-outs in Denmark and the Nordics. Reflecting Denmark’s growing prominence as a leading cleantech hub, together with its rapidly growing IT infrastructure ecosystem, the event will be opening […]
The African Climate Week 2019 will focus on how engagement between State and non‐State actors can be further strengthened in the key sectors for Africa (energy, agriculture and human settlements), including the role of future carbon markets to achieve enhanced climate action, towards the goals of sustainable development.