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REGIONAL TECHNICAL EXPERT MEETINGS 2017

 

These regional Technical Expert Meetings (TEM-M) are a platform for stakeholders to demonstrate innovative and on the ground actions, and to discuss how emission reductions and sustainable development benefits can be realized through better planned and designed urbanization.



 (Agenda, recordings and presentations of TEM-M events during SB46 can be found here)

 

REGIONAL TECHNICAL EXPERT MEETINGS 2017

 

Cross cutting issues in Urban Environment - Exploring pathways to transform African Cities into low emission and sustainable cities

Cotonou, Benin, 29 June 2017 (During Africa Carbon Forum)

pdf-icon Agenda (1105 kB)

pdf-icon Report (2044 kB)

Mr. Vincent Kitio, United Nations Human Settlements Programme, UN-Habitat

Opportunities to Transform African cities

pdf-icon Keynote Presentation (1881 kB)

Mr. Mava Ntanta,  KwaDukuza Local Municipality, South Africa

Experiences on Crafting Local Low Emission Development Strategies

pdf-icon Presentation (1020 kB)

Mr. Fanuel O.S. Kalugendo, Dar Rapid Transit Agency, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Development of Sustainable Public Transport System in Dar es Salaam City

pdf-icon Presentation (1161 kB)

 

Ms. Omobolanle Olowu, Wecyclers, Lagos, Nigeria
Efficient Waste Management for Emission Reductions and Sustainable Development in African Cities

pdf-icon Presentation (675 kB)
Wecyclers Video

Mr. Ash Sharma, NAMA Facility
Climate Action in the African Urban Environment - Reflections from the NAMA Facility

pdf-icon Presentation (361 kB)

Regional TEM (During Asia Pacific Carbon Forum) - Date and venue tbc

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Regional TEM (During LAC Carbon Forum) - Date and venue tbc

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Please direct any questions to: MIS_unit@unfccc.int

Other TEM-M Events
  • Technical Expert Meeting on mitigation focusing on cross-cutting issues in urban environment and land use
    May 2017
    Bonn, Germany (during SB46

Information on all previous TEM-M events can be found here