The second event of the Climate Policy Meets Urban Development series focused on how climate projects can be mainstreamed into cities’ governance frameworks.
The Climate Policy Meets Urban Development event series kicked off with contributions on the German multi-level climate support architecture of the National Climate Initiative (NCI) and its mechanisms to foster local climate projects.
The GIZ event featured speakers from Chile and Slovenia reporting from their experiences with collaborative climate action in designing long-term strategies within their countries.
The launch event of the Discussion Paper highlighted the necessities for, and benefits of, including subnational actors in the NDC enhancement process and the opportunities of post-COVID19 recovery packages.
In this online event series, experts looked at support mechanisms for local climate action and discussed urban multi-level climate governance in Germany and internationally.
In this event experts shared insights on the implementation of Germany’s National Climate Initiative and emphasised Collaborative Climate Action as being integral for its success.
The event offers different perspectives on increasing NDC-ambition through collaboration between government levels.
The 10th World Urban Forum marked the first international momentum on climate action and sustainable development in the run-up to COP26 in the UK.
At this COP25 side-event, hosted jointly by GIZ and ICLEI, the importance of Collaborative Climate Action was raised by panellists from different governmental levels.
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