Kenya is set to host the 10th Africa Carbon Forum scheduled for 10th to 13th April 2018 and will also serve as the 1st Climate Action Week where climate change negotiations will take place with the highlight being the Ministerial High-Level Segment on 12th April 2018.
Kenya is set to host the 10th African Carbon Forum scheduled for April 2018. This forum will be in Nairobi Kenya on 10th to 13th April 2018 and will also serve as the 1st Climate Action Week where climate change negotiations will take place with the highlight being the Ministerial High-Level Segment on 12th April 2018.
This is an annual event held in the African Continent that draws members from government, private sector and non-state actors with the objective of acting as a carbon fare, capacity building forum and an exhibition event. The 1st Carbon Forum was held in Nairobi in 2009 and NEMA served as the host organizer since we serve as the Designated National Authority for the Clean Development Mechanism.
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and other partner members under Nairobi Framework PArtnership (NFP) are joint organizers of the Africa Carbon Forum (ACF).
The ACF is an annual event organized under the umbrella of the Nairobi Framework Partnership, designed to mobilize investment for the implementation of nationally determined contributions (NDCs) and emission reduction projects to spur sustainable development and make the continent more resilient to climate change.
The event also functions as a trade fair and knowledge sharing platform for carbon investments helping countries in Africa capitalize on the development benefits of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). The forums regularly attract upwards of 600 experts of climate change mitigation to convene in one place and discuss important trends in the field.
For more information/Registration visit: www.http://africacarbonforum.com/