COP24 and the World Climate Summit

COP24 and the World Climate Summit

Private Sector Engagement in Low Carbon Investment -- Accelerating On-The-Ground Deployment of Low Carbon Strategies by Attracting Private Sector Actors

Katowice, Poland. At the World Climate Summit and Investor COP hosted by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Center for Climate Strategies (CCS) joined experts from the Climate Policy Initiative and governments of Denmark and Nigeria to share strategies and lessons for acceleration of low carbon actions through heightened participation of the private sector. CCS shared examples of its framework and tools for private sector inclusion and policy and product development as they have been operationalized and replicated in Africa, Asia, and Latin America as well as results from recent launch of its Private Investment Mobilization Project in Ghana, and findings from collaboration in South China.

Read more on our Private Investment Mobilization Project Page.

 

Renewable Energy Implementation and Low Carbon Investment in Asia -- US, China, and Myanmar Cooperation

At the 24th Conference of the Parties (COP24) of the UNFCCC, CCS and its China partners the Global Environmental Institute (GEI) and the Guangzhou Institute for Energy Conversion (GIEC), shared results from pilot application of new tools for renewable energy implementation in South China and Southeast Asia. Representatives of the Shanxi Province (PRC) Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences and Myanmar joined partners to feature new analysis, tools, and cooperation strategies, including public private business models for market scale implementation of low carbon technology applications. In China, CCS and its partners are piloting a program in the Huangpu Special Economic Zone of Guangzhou covering implementation of solar PV systems on industrial rooftops and developing an assessment of biomass energy potential in Guangdong Province. In Myanmar, planning and analysis of pilot programs for renewable energy implementation are under exploration to expand multi-national cooperation. 

Read More on our China Program Page.

 

(*Photo: Tom Peterson shares techniques and outcomes from private sector engagement on low carbon development and finance to the World Climate Summit Investor COP in Poland.)