As part of the V-NAMA webinar discussion series “Involving sub-national and city governments in national climate change mitigation strategies” you are cordially invited to the 4th webinar in this series. The webinar will focus on the latest developments relevant to local and sub-national governments on greenhouse gas emissions monitoring and reporting, illustrated by practical examples.
Target audience: 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.
Date and Time: 28 May 2014, 11:00-12:00 Central European Summer Time (=9:00-10:00 UTC) Enter the Webinar
Technical requirements: Please check in advance if your computer meets the system requirements which are:
Java: If you haven’t Java installed please visit java.com/en/download/ to download Java for free.
Headset: Please use a headset to ensure the best possible quality.
Stable internet connection: If possible please connect via an Ethernet cable rather than WiFi.
Browsers: Explorer (Windows users), Firefox (Windows 7 users) or Safari/Firefox (Mac users).
For further information, please check:
· Webinar Series: GIZ Global Campus 21<https://gc21.giz.de/ibt/var/app/wp342P/1966/>
· V-NAMA Project: International Mitigation Partnership<http://mitigationpartnership.net/v-namas-%E2%80%93-involving-sub-national-actors-national-mitigation-strategies-through-vertically-integrated> and the International Climate Initiative (IKI)<http://www.international-climate-initiative.com/> of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB)
· Urban-LEDS project<http://www.urban-leds.org/> addressing urban low emission development in emerging economy countries