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Past events

6 April 2017 to 7 April 2017
in Minsk (Belarus)

The workshop is organized and provided under the support of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental protection of the Republic of Belarus & Clima East. 

27 March 2017 to 28 March 2017
in Tbilisi (Georgia)

The training aims at familiarising the participants further with the MRV system implemented in the EU in sectors covered by the emissions trading system or falling under the F-gases / ODS regulations of the EC, as part of the Clima East support to developing MRV capacity for policies and measures

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From21 February 2017
in Baku (Azerbaijan)

Clima East experts will participate to the next NDC working group meeting in
Baku, where the current status of Azerbaijan’s NDC roadmap and sectoral
planning will be discussed, among other topics. 

/*The presentations of the speakers are now available on the Clima East
website [1]! */


From3 February 2017
in Tbilisi (Georgia)

This event presented the results of the Expert Facility assignment
implemented in Georgia on a “Report and a Roadmap for the Approximation of
Georgian law on F-gases and ODS to the EU law under the Association Agreement
of Georgia". 

*Find all the presentations of the speakers [1] on our dedicated page! *


From2 February 2017
in Tbilisi (Georgia)
Organised byorganized and provided under the support of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia and Clima East Project

The Paris Agreement sets out a global action plan to keep global temperature
rise this century well below 2°C and to drive efforts to limit the increase
even further to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. The agreement also aims
to strengthen the ability of countries to deal with the impacts of climate
change. The objectives of the Paris Agreement are in line with Georgia’s
national development priorities such as energy efficiency improvement, energy
security, food production security and others.

The NDC and its implementing measure will provide clear directions for action
and ensure that the synergies between climate action and national development
priorities are utilised and the Paris Agreement is implemented effectively.
Therefore, active participation and collaboration is required among the
national authorities and stakeholders who are covering virtually all sectors
of economy, particularly those, which produce significant emissions of
greenhouse gases, and those most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.

The conference plans to reach governmental authorities and other stakeholders
(business community, civil society and academia) with the purpose to enhance
their common understanding of the opportunities and the challenges that the
implementation of the Paris Agreement creates for our economy and society. In
particular, the conference will discuss the options for coordinating sectoral
policies and measures and ensuring that they bring national development on a
low-emission and climate-resilient pathway.

/*The presentations of the speakers [1] are available on our dedicated