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Helen Picot

Helen Picot

Helen Picot was CDKN’s Negotiation Support's Sustainable Development Goals lead. Helen coordinated the support CDKN gives to developing country negotiators, in particular relating to the UN Sustainable Development Summit and the Sustainable Development Goals laid out there. The Negotiation Support team provides legal and technical support to inform negotiators, including through improving negotiators’ access to information and capacity building, to support the meaningful participation of least developed and climate vulnerable countries in international climate talks.

Helen is a Senior Associate in PwC’s Sustainability and Climate Change team. She has a MSc in Environmental Engineering Technology / Environmental Technology from Imperial College London and a MSci in Natural Sciences (Geography) from Cambridge.

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WORKING PAPER: Supporting ambitious Intended Nationally Determined Contributions: Lessons learned from developing countries

CDKN is pleased to release its latest Working Paper, "Supporting ambitious Intended Nationally Determined Contributions: Lessons learned from developing countries", based on interviews with those who have been deeply involved in preparing INDCs. [more]…

GUIDE: Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs)

CDKN and Ricardo-AEA have revised their popular Guide to INDCs, which helps countries prepare their Intended Nationally Determined Contributions for the UNFCCC. This new edition of May 2015 has been revised following stakeholder discussions and includes new material for Small Island Developing States (SIDS) - in addition to its original focus on Least Developed Countries (LDCs). Now also in French and Spanish. [more]…

WORKING PAPER: The Sustainable Development Goals - Will they deliver climate compatible development for vulnerable countries?

This CDKN Working Paper explores the unprecedented opportunity to integrate policy and action on climate change and development through global sustainable development and climate agreements, due to be agreed in 2015. [more]…

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