Chile

Region: Chile

Chile:

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6
Resources
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Stories
8
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The Low Emission Development Strategies Global Partnership (LEDS GP)

The Low Emission Development Strategies Global Partnership (LEDS GP) facilitates peer learning, technical cooperation and information exchange to support the formation and implementation of low emission development strategies.

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PROJECT: National financing strategies for the implementation of low carbon development strategies

This project focuses on identifying opportunities for taking forward the National Financing Strategy (NFS) approach which helps to identify the key financing challenges and opportunities for implementation of Low Carbon Development Strategies in Chile, Colombia and Peru.

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PROJECT: National register for greenhouse gas mitigation actions in Chile

This project aimed to provide a national mechanism for monitoring the implementation of climate policy and public/private initiatives, and for leveraging climate finance for mitigation.

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PROJECT: Acting together for bold outcomes – support for upcoming meeting of like-minded countries in Mexico

This project supported a meeting in Mexico of like-minded countries who are working for an ambitious climate change deal. The support provided by CDKN was for the workshop itself and related documents, which acted as a springboard for further work to build an alliance of ambition that cuts across Latin American and African countries, small islands states and least developed countries.

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PROJECT: Modelling the implications of socio-economic development of mitigation actions by developing countries

In considering mitigation actions, policy makers not only need to consider the costs and benefits of embarking on a low carbon development path, they also need to consider the socio-economic implications of any action. CDKN is supporting a research project which will develop cutting edge methodologies to link sectoral and economy wide models in order to address issues critical to the development of climate-compatible policy.