Interactive and thought provoking

We excel at bringing together a wide set of stakeholders - be it governments, partner agencies, think tanks and the private sector - we get the conversations going and the ideas flowing. Our events provide an exceptional opportunity to exchange experiences among peers, to inform and for supporting parties to identify emerging support needs. 

Upcoming Events

Wat Phra Kaew, Emerald Buddha temple,  Wat Phra Kaew is one of Bangkok's most famous tourist sites

Global Workshop on Long-term Low Emissions and Development Strategies 2018

Bangkok, Thailand - July 10-11, 2018

The 2050 Pathways Platform, LEDS Global Partnership, the NDC Partnership, the UN Development Programme (UNDP), and World Resources Institute, in cooperation with the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Secretariat, jointly organized this workshop to kick off discussion on the process of creating a long-term, low emissions and development strategy. > Get the scoop here.



Montevideo, Uruguay, aerial view of downtown buildings and Plaza Independencia square.

Latin American and Caribbenan Carbon Forum

Montevideo, Uruguay - August 21-23, 2018

The 10th Latin American and Caribbean Carbon Forum is bringing together key players from the private and public sectors to share experiences around climate change mitigation, and reach out to cooperation agencies, potential investors and service providers. > Learn more here.



All Events

  • The 3rd Pacific Regional Dialogue on Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and consultations on the Regional Pacific NDC Hub provided an opportunity for Pacific Island countries to share experiences and needs on the implementation of their NDCs.

  • Launch of the new UNDP NDC Support Programme to support the implementation of the Paris Agreement. The programme will focus on governance, finance, gender and transparency.

  • The Regional NDC Dialogue for Africa was a 3-day event hosted by the Government of Morocco in Rabat from September 26-28. The dialogue helped countries exchange experiences about approaches for NDC implementation planning in countries across Africa. 

  • Once the NDCs have been presented, countries face the challenge of bringing them to fruition by coordinating efforts with the public and private sectors. The overarching question is thus: How can we translate NDC goals into concrete projects, programs and policies? One of the region's major emissions sectors, the energy sector, is currently experimenting with new opportunities to pave the way for implementation.

  • On August 29, a group of countries that have completed the Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review (CPEIR) processes in Latin America will meet on the margins of the Latin American NDC Dialogues to analyze how the CPEIR tool may contribute to the implementation and monitoring of the NDCs; help establish the required institutional framework and more even more importantly, determine how the national budget will support NDC implementation plans.