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NAPexpo2015


Date: 14-15 April 2015

Venue: Kameha Grand Hotel, Bonn, Germany
 

The NAP Expo for 2015 was held from 14 to 15 April, 2015 in the Bonn Area. It was organized by the Least Developed Countries Expert Group (LEG) with inputs from the Adaptation Committee, the global support programmes for NAPs, and many other partner organizations.

This was the third in the series of NAP Expos. For information on the 2013 and 2014 Expos, please follow the links on the right.

Objectives

The objectives of the NAP Expo 2015 were to:

  • Provide a platform for focused interactions on aspects of the process to formulate and implement national adaptation plans through special events and training opportunities;
  • Offer an opportunity for countries to exchange information on their adaptation planning activities;
  • Serve as a forum for sharing technical knowledge on adaptation assessments and programme design;
  • Exchange best practices on approaches to address common vulnerabilities and climate change risks;
  • Offer a platform for countries and those providing technical and financial support to interact.

 

Programme

The full programme, including all the presentations, is available on the interactive webpage for the NAP Expo 2015.

 

Contact us at: NAPexpo@unfccc.int

Important documents 

Interactive webpage for the NAP Expo 2015

pdf-icon Information note on the NAP Expo (124 kB)

pdf-icon Programme (169 kB)

pdf-icon Logistic information for participants (318 kB)  

pdf-icon Information on accommodation (107 kB)

pdf-icon Registration form
(for non-funded participants)
(115 kB)

pdf-icon List of participants (260 kB)

 
Important links

NAP Expo 2014: Catalyzing actions and support for the NAP process

NAP Expo 2013: Launching the NAP process in LDCs

NAP Central

The LEG webpage

 
Background documents on NAPs

pdf-icon Initial guidelines for the formulation of NAPs (121 kB)

NAP technical guidelines:

pdf-icon The NAP process a brief overview (1627 kB)

pdf-icon NAP poster (262 kB)