With the objective of supporting the government of Vietnam to address the challenges in urban areas, V-LED hosted a workshop titled “Innovative Technological Solution of Solid Waste Management Toward Low-Carbon Economy” in Hanoi.
Following a 2016 good practice exchange workshop, V-LED has pupblished an adopted good practice paper based off the case of waste management in Imus City.
At a recent event in Johannesburg, V-LED addressed financial barriers to local climate action with a workshop on project proposal writing tailored to under-resourced municipal governments.
On 26-27 July, V-LED partner organization the UN Habitat hosted a high-level roundtable event concerning mainstreaming urban issues into the National Climate Change Action Plan and the Nationally Determined Contributions.
V-LED is pleased to announce the Kenya-South Africa study tour. From the 19th to the 24th of August, South African governing officials will meet with their counterparts in Kenya to discuss successful strategies for low-emission development and climate governance.
On the 7th of August 2018, researchers from the V-LED team presented initial findings from our Viet Nam country study to a group of climate change and governance experts for a roundtable discussion in Hà Nội.
On 19th June 2018 ILEG and the Kwale County Natural Resource Network facilitated a dialogue event on to discuss energy planning and governance in the context of climate change and Kenya´s clean energy target´s and low-emission development strategies.
Members of municipal governments gathered with civil society leaders and academics on 8th June 2018 in Cape Town to discuss outcomes of the V-LED research on accessing climate finances at the local level in South Africa.
A series of V-LED trainings in Vietnam is supporting cities to integrate climate change mitigation and resilience into their urban policies.
An intensive capacity-building activity was held for five Philippine cities last month to guide them through the steps of formulating their respective Local Climate Change Action Plans (LCCAPs) and linking it to the broader context of their cities’ development.