ecbi - The European Capacity Building Initiative

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The 2017 ecbi Regional Training Workshop for Francophone Africa took place on 8 & 9 June 2017 in Dakar, Senegal. The workshop, organised in collaboration with ecbi’s regional partner Energie Environnment Développement (ENDA), was attended by 27 negotiators from the region.
The 2017 ecbi Regional Training Workshop for Francophone Africa took place on 8 & 9 June 2017 in Dakar, Senegal. The workshop, organised in collaboration with ecbi’s regional partner Energie Environnment Développement (ENDA), was attended by 27 negotiators from the region.
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July 2017
The 2017 ecbi Regional Training Workshop for Anglophone Africa took place on 5 & 6 June 2017 in Dakar, Senegal. The workshop, organised in collaboration with ecbi’s regional partner Energie Environnment Développement (ENDA), was attended by 24 negotiators from the region.
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July 2017
Are we doing enough to address climate change? Are countries living up to their promises? Are some doing better than they pledged? Transparency is key for answering these questions. This ecbi Pocket Guide traces the evolution of transparency arrangements under the UNFCCC right up to the transparency framework under the Paris Agreement. It addresses both transparency of action and of support, and suggests ways to strengthen both these important elements of the global climate regime.
Are we doing enough to address climate change? Are countries living up to their promises? Are some doing better than they pledged? Transparency is key for answering these questions. This ecbi Pocket Guide traces the evolution of transparency arrangements under the UNFCCC right up to the transparency framework under the Paris Agreement. It addresses both transparency of action and of support, and suggests ways to strengthen both these important elements of the global climate regime.
Under the UNFCCC - Flipbook version, English
Author:
Anju Sharma
May 2017
Are we doing enough to address climate change? Are countries living up to their promises? Are some doing better than they pledged? Transparency is key for answering these questions. This ecbi Pocket Guide traces the evolution of transparency arrangements under the UNFCCC right up to the transparency framework under the Paris Agreement. It addresses both transparency of action and of support, and suggests ways to strengthen both these important elements of the global climate regime.
Sous la CCNUCC - Flipbook, Francaise
Author:
Anju Sharma
May 2017
Are we doing enough to address climate change? Are countries living up to their promises? Are some doing better than they pledged? Transparency is key for answering these questions. This ecbi Pocket Guide traces the evolution of transparency arrangements under the UNFCCC right up to the transparency framework under the Paris Agreement. It addresses both transparency of action and of support, and suggests ways to strengthen both these important elements of the global climate regime.
Are we doing enough to address climate change? Are countries living up to their promises? Are some doing better than they pledged? Transparency is key for answering these questions. This ecbi Pocket Guide traces the evolution of transparency arrangements under the UNFCCC right up to the transparency framework under the Paris Agreement. It addresses both transparency of action and of support, and suggests ways to strengthen both these important elements of the global climate regime.
Under the UNFCCC
Author:
Anju Sharma
May 2017
Depuis plus de dix ans, l’Initiative Européenne pour le Renforcement des Capacités (ecbi) veille à rendre équitables – pour les pays en développement – les négociations de la Convention-cadre des Nations unies sur les changements climatiques (CCNUCC). L’ecbi applique pour cela une stratégie sur deux axes : d’une part, former de nouveaux négociateurs ; d’autre part, faciliter les interactions entre les négociateurs principaux des pays en développement et les négociateurs européens, et ce afin que les parties comprennent mieux leurs positions respectives et puissent travailler dans un climat de confiance.
Depuis plus de dix ans, l’Initiative Européenne pour le Renforcement des Capacités (ecbi) veille à rendre équitables – pour les pays en développement – les négociations de la Convention-cadre des Nations unies sur les changements climatiques (CCNUCC). L’ecbi applique pour cela une stratégie sur deux axes : d’une part, former de nouveaux négociateurs ; d’autre part, faciliter les interactions entre les négociateurs principaux des pays en développement et les négociateurs européens, et ce afin que les parties comprennent mieux leurs positions respectives et puissent travailler dans un climat de confiance.
sous la CCNUCC
Author:
Anju Sharma
May 2017
The 2017 ecbi Bonn Seminar took place on 14 May 2017, at La Redoute. It was attended by 55 negotiators from developed and developing countries, including heads of key national and regional delegations; the Chairs of the Least Developed Country (LDC) group, the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA), and the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI); Board members of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) and Adaptation Fund; and Council Members of the Global Environment Facility (GEF). Participants discussed the financial mechansim of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the 2018 Facilitative Dialogue.
Author:
Anju Sharma
May 2017
Role of the Adaptation Fund and Resource Mobilization
Author:
Benito Muller
May 2017
Kick-Starting Enhanced Ambition
Author:
Anju Sharma
May 2017
Where have we been, and where should we go? This thematic guide on capacity building summarises the history of negotiations on capacity building under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, while providing a wider perspective on capacity building as an element of global cooperation. It is a ready reference to the key decisions that have already been adopted, and a brief analysis of how capacity building efforts can be made more effective in future, including under the Paris Committee on Capacity Building.
Flipbook version, English
Author:
Mizan Khan, Ambuj Sagar, Saleemul Huq and Penda Kante Thiam
May 2017

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