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Climate Change, Carbon Markets, and Renewable Energy in Africa Network (CARANet) is a free networking website for all professionals involved in Climate Change, Carbon Markets, and Renewable Energy in Africa or interested and connected with Africa in matters related to CDM, Carbon Credits, GHG reduction, Voluntary Carbon Market, Carbon Project Financing, Clean Technology, REDD, Climate Change, NAMAs, NMMs, Low Carbon Economy, Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, and the likes. It is designed as a Forum for exchanging ideas, experiences, and views between the stakeholders.
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The University of Twente’s Department of Governance and Technology for Sustainability is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the short course ‘Formulating Project Proposals For Climate Change Mitigation And Clean Energy’.…Continue
This is a kind reminder of the September 20 application deadline for ADMIRE – the newly launched Adaptation and Mitigation Readiness project by the UNEP DTU Partnership (formerly UNEP Risoe Centre).
ADMIRE welcomes ideas that can create further market potentials for the private sector in mitigation and adaptation. Ideas are…
With support from the UNDP Low Emission Capacity Development (LECB) project Uganda, the Climate Change Department/Ministry of Water and Environment in Uganda has initiated the process towards establishing a National Greenhouse Gas Inventory System for Uganda. “Uganda has a mandate to report to UNFCCC and this requires data that is accurate and easy to understand. I am calling on all representatives from different…Continue
we would like to invite you to access and share the results of the Global Good Practice Analysis on LEDS, NAMAs and MRV, which are now publicly available in an enhanced variety of formats.…Continue
Last date to apply - September 1, 2014
The Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy in Africa (CEEPA) is mandated to enhance the capacity of African researchers and policy makers in conducting environmental economics and policy inquiry relevant to African problems. CEEPA is also mandated to increase the awareness of both policy makers and environmental & economic managers about the role of environmental economics in sustainable development. With…Continue