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Event: UNEP FI Global Roundtable 2011 [viewed]

Organized by the UN Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI), this meeting will convene under the theme "The tipping point: Sustained stability in the next economy." The 2011 Roundtable aims to provide a platform for the global financial sector to: define what it expects to achieve at Rio 2012. It will include two plenary sessions, on: Systems, Stability and Sustainability / Lenses and clocks; and What the Earth Summit needs to deliver at Rio+20.  

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UNEP Executive Director Highlights “Silent” Momentum on Climate Change [viewed]

January 2011: Achim Steiner, Executive Director of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), has stressed that the world is witnessing an extraordinary mobilization of national-level projects and policies that are shifting economies onto a low-carbon path.

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UNEP and PERSGA Organize Regional Training Workshop on Adaptation Planning and Financing [viewed]

December 2010: The UN Environment Programme Regional Office for West Asia (UNEP/ROWA) and the Regional Organization for the Conservation of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden (PERSGA), with support from the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), organized the first regional training workshop on climate change adaptation planning and financing in the Arab Region, from 20-22 December 2010, at PERSGA headquarters in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

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Event: World Environment Day 2011 [viewed]

World Environment Day 2011 will focus on Forests: Nature at Your Service. India will host World Environment Day 2011.  

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Four Organizations Accredited to Adaptation Fund [viewed]

17 December 2010: Four UN organizations received accreditation to the Adaptation Fund at the Adaptation Fund Board Meeting in Cancun, Mexico, on 15 December 2010.

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Event: Third Africa Carbon Forum [viewed]

The Africa Carbon Forum is a trade fair and knowledge sharing platform for carbon investments in Africa. The third Africa Carbon Forum is being organized by the UNFCCC, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), the UNEP Risoe Centre, the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA), the UN Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), the World Bank and the African Development Bank (AfDB). It is intended to bring together representatives from Designated National Authorities (DNA), national focal points, representatives from several UN agencies, governments and the private sector, and will include matchmaking and deal facilitation sessions that will allow potential CDM project developers to showcase their projects to interested parties, including investors and carbon buyers.  

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Event: 65th Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Multilateral Fund for the Montreal Protocol [viewed]

This meeting of the Executive Committee is expected to, among other things, consider funding requests to the Multilateral Fund for activities to implement the requirements of the Montreal Protocol.  

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Event: 64th Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Multilateral Fund for the Montreal Protocol [viewed]

This meeting of the Executive Committee is expected to, among other things, consider funding requests to the Multilateral Fund for activities to implement the requirements of the Montreal Protocol.  

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Event: 63rd Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Multilateral Fund for the Montreal Protocol [viewed]

This meeting of the Executive Committee is expected to, among other things, consider funding requests to the Multilateral Fund for activities to implement the requirements of the Montreal Protocol.  

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UNEP Releases Report on Climate Financial Flows [viewed]

December 2010: The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) Climate Change Working Group for Bilateral Finance Institutions has released its annual report on climate change financial flows to developing countries titled: “Bilateral Finance Institutions and Climate Change: A Mapping of 2009 Climate Financial Flows to Developing Countries.”

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