In a recent V-LED dialogue event, Sustainable Energy Africa (SEA) set out to deepen the discussion around the opportunities, innovations and constraints, governance and institutional issues in regard to local climate finance.
ILEG and the Imaarisha Vijana Initiative are hosting a dialogue event and a two-day training from 5-7 December in Kwale to unpack the “do’s and don’ts” of adaptation to climate change in coastal Kenya.
A three day training of trainers (ToT) from November 21-23 is marking the start of series of trainings on climate resilient low emission development in Vietnam.
V-LED team members from adelphi and OneWorld will be at the COP 23 to champion multi-level climate governance approaches.
On November 7 the V-LED team in South Africa is organising a dialogue event that puts the spotlight on financing climate action.
The County Government of Kwale has just passed a new Forest Conservation and Management Act. The Kwale County Natural Resource Network has become a key grassroots stakeholder in shaping this process.
The V-LED team is happy to invite you to our two contributions on multi-level governance and climate action during the World Climate Chance Summit for Non-State Actors in Agadir.
V-LED trainings on developing bankable local climate actions in Kwale, Kenya, continue with a focus on entrepreneurship in the waste sector.
In the Philippines, the Local Government Academy (LGA) and the Climate Change Commission (CCC) kick started the V-LED supported training of coaches on building local government planning and implementation capacities.
In February 2017 V-LED organised a mitigation workshop for local governments in South Africa that successfully strengthened an inclusive, multi-level decision making process.