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- Showcasing how transformational NAMAs are contributing towards moving developing countries along a low-emissions development trajectory

 

2 December 2015, 15.00-20.00, Observer room 02, COP21, Paris, France

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 Mr.  Phillips Gareth, African Development Bank Group, Mr. Donald Cooper, Coordinator Mitigation, Data and Analysis Programme-UNFCCC, H.E. Mr. Laurent Fabius, COP 21 President, H.E. Mr. Gabriel Vallejo Lopez, Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development of Colombia, Mr. Yvo de Boer, Director General of GGGI, and Akon, Music Artist.

 

Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) are country driven initiatives that developing nations are implementing to achieve sustainable development while contributing towards global efforts in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

NAMA Fair aims to showcase NAMAs that are contributing towards moving developing countries along a low-emissions development trajectory and to inspire further transformational action on the ground.

The Fair will provide a platform to learn from developing countries that are taking the lead in design and implementation of NAMAs. It will also provide excellent opportunity to hear from and meet one-on-one with a wide range of public and private international organizations that are actively engaged in helping developing countries realize their low-emissions development aspirations. 

 

 Agenda

2 December 2015

Observer room 02

 

"Governments successfully utilizing NAMAs to move their countries on low emissions development pathways"

Opening
15.00– 15.30

 

 

  • Opening address by COP 21 President, H.E. Minister Laurent Fabius 
  •  Launch of NAMA movie with voice over provided by music artist Akon
  • Address by music artist Akon
  • Keynote by Mr. Yvo de Boer, DG of GGGI & former ES UNFCCC
  • Benefits Colombia is reaping from capitalizing on the potential of NAMAs by H.E Minister Gabriel Vallejo Lopez, Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development of Colombia
NAMA highlights
 15.30– 16.30

Showcase best practices and lessons learned in design and implementation of transformational NAMAs in developing countries

 

  • Introduction
  • Panellists from Costa Rica, Gambia and Thailand will present their NAMAs and discuss the key drivers for success 
  • Q&A

 

Presentations

- pdf-icon Costa Rica (1816 kB)

- pdf-icon The Gambia (500 kB)

- pdf-icon Thailand (892 kB)

 

Technical and financial support

 16.30 – 18.00 
Two panels of experts will discuss international support for design and implementation of NAMAs:  
  • Technical support panel
  • Introduction
  • Following panelists will talk about the role of technical support for design and implementation of NAMAs:  
    • Mr. Abdelali Dakkina, Director of Strategy and development, National Agency for the Development of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ADEREE), Morocco  
    • Mr. Mahama Kappiah, Executive Director, ECOWAS Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECFREE)
    • Mr. Jukka Uosukainen, Director, Climate technology Centre and Network (CTCN)

  • Moderated discussion

 

- pdf-icon Joint presentations - International organizations (1916 kB)

 

  • Financial support panel
  • Introduction
  • Following panelists will discuss how public and donor support can be structured to attract private sector financing:
    • Dr. Soren E. Lutken, Senior Climate Finance Adviser, NAMA Facility
    • Mr. Souleymane Diallo, Senegal
  •  Moderated discussion

 

Presentations

-pdf-icon NAMA Facility (250 kB)

- pdf-icon Senegal (1301 kB)

 

Future of NAMAs 

 18:00– 19:00

NAMAs as a robust instrument to achieve low-emissions development and green growth in developing countries

  • Introduction
  • Following panelists will discuss linkages between NAMAs and INDCs and reflect on what is needed (in addition to finance) to make NAMAs an instrument for successful implementation of mitigation measures in developing countries :
    • Ms. Laura Würtenberger,  Project Director "Climate Finance Readiness Programme", GIZ 
    • Ms. Amal-Lee Amin, Chief of the Climate, Ministry of National Division, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
    • Green Climate Fund (GCF)  (tbc)
    • Ms. Syamsidar Thamrin, Deputy Director Climate, Ministry of National Development Planning, Indonesia
    • Mr. Yamil  Bonduki, manager low Emission Capacity Building Programme, UNDP
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Networking reception

 19.00– 20.00

• Second screening of NAMA video
• Poster walk  

 

Posters:

pdf-icon NAMA and mitigation partnership (2695 kB) ;

pdf-icon NAMA Facility (359 kB) ;

pdf-icon SD in NAMAs poster-UDP (666 kB) ;

pdf-icon TC in NAMAs-UDP (777 kB) ;

pdf-icon Ethiopian Urban Waste NAMA (692 kB) ; 

pdf-icon NAMA Fair Firm poster Viet Nam (4264 kB) ;

pdf-icon NAMA Proposal poster Cambodia; (1952 kB)

pdf-icon NAMA Proposal poster Gambia (449 kB) ;

pdf-icon NAMA Proposal poster Kenya (1059 kB) ;

pdf-icon NAMA Mitigation Momentum Status report 2015 (1449 kB)

pdf-icon NAMA Mitigation momentum What is happening (1471 kB)

pdf-icon UNED DTU Low Carbon Development Programme (3772 kB)

pdf-icon NAMA Proposal poster Vanuatu (1638 kB)

 

  We are excited to release in full our NAMA movie, narrated by musician and activist Akon ! NAMAs
  are being implemented throughout developing countries, from Costa Rica to Gambia to Thailand
  in their efforts to contribute towards global efforts in addressing climate change all while meeting
  national sustainable development goals.
 Watch our short video to learn how NAMAs are doing this ! We are counting on you to help us
 shift the paradigm towards low-emission, climate resilient development. Are you in ?

 

  NAMA Video

 

  Highlights of NAMA Fair speakers 

 

 

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Contact: Ms. Tshering Sherpa tsherpa@unfccc.int  +49 228 8151240
 

 

 
  
 
NAMA Fair hosted
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NAMA Day in 2014, Lima, Peru
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