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EVENT: Post-Paris and 2016 outlook for the Low Emission Development Strategies Global Partnership (LEDS GP)

CDKN co-convenes the Secretariat of the Low Emission Development Strategy Global Partnership (LEDS GP) with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Together, we warmly invite you to join our public webinar which reflects on COP21 and the opportunities for low emission development in the year ahead:

Monday 11th January, 2016

14:00 (London, GMT; 07:00 Denver, USA/ 10:00 Santo Domingo/ 21:00 Hanoi)

Register to attend here.

Following the Conference of the Parties (COP21), our panel of country representatives will share their reflections on the Paris outcome and what it means for our work on low-emission development strategies (LEDS) and supporting Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) implementation. We will outline the work plan of the LEDS GP for the coming year, which was shaped at our annual event in the Dominican Republic in October 2015, and invite your feedback.

Agenda and speakers

Welcome and introduction – Janet Strachan, Co-Director, LEDS GP Secretariat

Reflections from COP21: What it means for low emission development strategies (LEDS) and INDC implementation – Omar Ramirez Tejada, Government of Dominican Republic

Outline of LEDS GP 2016 work plan – Ron Benioff, Co-Director/ Caroline Uriarte, Project Manager, LEDS GP Secretariat

Reactions from the panel of three country representatives on the LEDS GP 2016 work plan

      • Omar Ramirez, National Council on Climate Change – Dominican Republic (TBC)
      • Stephen King’uyu, Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources – Kenya (TBC)
      • Dr Nguyen Thi Dieu Trinh, Department of Science, Education, Natural Resources and Environment – Vietnam (TBC)

Questions and responses from participants

Summary of discussion, next steps and close – Janet Strachan, Co-Director, LEDS GP Secretariat

Register to attend here.


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