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The 2017 Asia Regional Training Workshop took place on 6 & 7 September 2017 in Negombo, Sri Lanka. The workshop, hosted by Janathakshan, was attended by over 30 “new” negotiators and national policymakers from countries in the region, appointed by national focal points to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). In addition to training on key thematic areas of the UNFCCC negotiations and on the ongoing negotiations on the ongoing negotiations on the rules to implement the...
Author:
Anju Sharma
September 2017
What will the new UNFCCC gender acton plan look like? This ecbi Pocket Guide explores how gender has been addressed in the UNFCCC process so far. It elaborates on gender linkages across the different themes (such as mitigation, adaptation, technology development and transfer) and elements (such as the nationally determined contributions) of the negotiations.
Author:
Bridget Burns, Women’s Environment and Development Organization, with inputs from Laura Hall, Vera Zhou and Stella Gama
October 2017
La clé d’une mise en oeuvre réussie du renforcement des capacités dépendra en fin de compte d’une compréhension fine des besoins et des défis au sein de chaque pays. C’est ce qu’indique l’Article 11.2 de l’Accord de Paris, qui appelle à un renforcement “impulsé par les pays”, prenant en compte et suivant les besoins nationaux tout en favorisant l’appropriation par les Parties.
Author:
Mizan Khan, Ambuj Sagar, Saleemul Huq et Penda Kante Thiam
April 2017
Faisons-nous assez pour lutter contre le changement climatique? Les différents pays respectent-ils leurs engagements? Certains pays font-ils mieux que ce qu’ils ont promis ? La transparence est cruciale pour répondre à toutes ces questions.
Author:
Harro van Asselt, Romain Weikmans, et J. Timmons Roberts
May 2017
Ce guide est conçu pour accompagner les représentants gouvernementaux et non gouvernementaux participant aux négociations menées dans le cadre du Groupe de travail spécial de l’Accord de Paris (APA), ainsi qu’aux diverses Parties prenantes au niveau national, qui souhaitent comprendre ce que l’Accord de Paris signifie pour la mise en œuvre au niveau national. Les formulations de l’Accord sont ici rationalisées et simpliées et sont assorties d’une première analyse.
Author:
Anju Sharma, Christoph Schwarte, Achala Abeysinghe et Subhi Barakat
April 2016
The 2017 ecbi Pre-COP Training Workshop took place on 4 November 2017, in Derag Livinghotel Kanzler, Bonn. Training sessions focused on: priorities for the Bonn Climate Change Conference; the COP23 agenda; gender; climate finance; negotiating effectively and mock negotiations; and the transparency framework.
Author:
Anju Sharma
November 2017
A brief on the need to balance flexibility and utility while develolping the guidance for Adaptation Communications at COP23 and beyond.
Author:
Sven Harmeling
November 2017
This paper examines the implementation of Local Adaptation Plans of Action in Nepal, to draw lessons for the GCF and for other developing countries.
Not satisfied with only a “National” Adaptation Programme of Action (NAPA), Nepal pioneered a framework for Local Adaptation Plans for Action (LAPAs) in 2011, and committed to ensuring that at least 80% of the financial resources available for climate change will be channelled to the local level.What lessons can Nepal’s experience in devolving climate finance and action offer to the international community, and in particular to the Green Climate Fund’s Enhanced Direct Access modality, which...
Author:
Anju Sharma, Raju Pandit Chhetri & Dharam Uprety
October 2017
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

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