Please notice the following information issued by the organising institution:
“The UN Climate Change secretariat, in close collaboration with all the other organizing partners, has decided to put Africa Climate Week in Kampala on hold. This is to ensure the health and safety of all participants in light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
The meeting, which was planned to take place 20 to 24 April 2020, is only postponed and not canceled, and will take place at a later time that has yet to be determined.”
The Africa Climate Week 2020 (ACW) will convene in Kampala, Uganda, 9-13 March 2020. This year’s ACW will take place under the banner “Partnering for transformation towards a low-carbon climate resilient and prosperous Africa: managing risks, seizing opportunities.”
ACW 2020 is an opportunity to move forward on crucial climate action work at a national and regional level, taking regional priorities into consideration. The event is designed to mobilize and enhance the required partnerships and collaborative approaches needed to facilitate NDC implementation and help deliver on the SDGs.
The central objective of Africa Climate Week is to share ways for governments to implement the Paris Agreement in Africa, making use of all the planning tools and support available. Against this background, the Collaborative Climate Action approach and its potential for higher NDC ambition are of pivotal role and are highly resonant with the rationale of ACW2020.
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