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Climate Chance World Summit 11-13 September 2017 in Agadir

7 September 2017 - Foreword of the week

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Meet us during the following sessions :

Thematic plenary « Access of non-state actors to climate finance

  • Time: 15h30 to 17h00
  • Room: Salle Argane 1
  • Date: Monday 11 september
  • Moderators: Pierre Ducret, President of I4CE;  Ayman Cherkaoui –Special Advisor COP22

This plenary will discuss the progress made in accessing climate financing by non-state actors as well as in aligning economic flows with a 2°C trajectory. The recommendations on this topic are quite consensual in the various existing reports, but the implementation of these recommendations does not necessarily follow the same pace of international reports and conferences. This plenary will therefore provide an opportunity to take stock of the concrete progress made towards the implementation of these recommendations.

Workshop F3: Why and how to engage the states to support the climate action of local governments?

  • Date: Monday 11 September
  • Time: 17h30 to 19h00
  • Room: Room Oasis Adiss
  • Organisers: AFD, I4CE
  • Participants:  Oudja, Salé

Forum Financing

  • Date: Tuesday 12 september
  • Time: 17h30 to 19h00
  • Room: Room Oasis Adiss
  • Co-Pilots: CCFLA, CGLU, FMDV, GERES, WECF.
  • Participants:  I4CE, Climate Chance

 

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