The webinar has ended on October 14, 2015 17.00 WIB
Webinar discussion series “Involving sub-national and city governments in national climate change mitigation strategies” will address the UN Climate Summit which took place in New York, in September 2014.
The webinar will explore why this was such a key event and what will happen next, following the new initiatives launched for local and sub-national governments. This will be explored considering implications to vertically integrated climate action.
The webinar invites all NAMA developers, representatives from all levels of government, financing institutions, and agencies interested in learning about and/or sharing relevant NAMA developments. Discussion results will be fed into a publication with recommendations and lessons learnt how to involve subnational stakeholders. Recordings and PDFs will be provided on: GIZ Global Campus 21
Indonesian Peatland Network (IPN) is an activity that was initiated by the Indonesia Climate Change Center (ICCC) and Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR). In order to increase the capacity of young Indonesian researchers, IPN provides the opportunity for Graduate Program Students (Master and PhD) to obtain fund assistance for journal publications with peatland-related topic.
Fund of 10 million rupiahs awarded to ten students who published in an accredited national journals and fund of 20 million rupiahs awarded to ten students who published in an accredited international journals.
City is a strategic issue in the context of climate change. City is potentially to be part in transformation for climate friendly and low emission development. To communicate issues of urban development and climate change in the context of science-based policy analysis, implementation and its governance, the Indonesia Climate Change Centre conducted a dialogue titled “Climate Change, Cities, and Its Governance”, on 26 September 2014 in Jakarta.