NAMAs Workshop Presentations Day 2

NAMAs Workshop Presentations Day 2

 
Date: 
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Type: 
Public information and advocacy materials
Abstract

Presentation Regional Workshop on Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions in Asia and the Pacific: Scaling-up climate change mitigation efforts and prospects for NAMAs in the waste sector during 18 - 19 March 2014

-“Colombia Waste NAMA: strengthening the solid waste sector while reducing emissions”, by Ms. Diana Velosa, Senior Official, Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development of Colombia

- “Promoting decentralized and integrated resource recovery centers in cities in the Asia-Pacific and perspectives for developing NAMAs in the waste sector”, by Mr. Joao Aleluia, Project Coordinator, ESCAP

- “Prospects for Waste Sector NAMA using IRRC approach”, by Mr. Iftekhar Enayetullah, Managing Director, Waste Concern

Country presentations:

Philippines:
- "Context of NAMA Development in the Philippines", Ms. Alona Arreza, Development Management Officer, Climate Change Commission of the Philippines
- “NAMA Concept for the Philippine Waste Sector”, by Mr. Crispian Lao, Vice-Chairman of the National Solid Waste Management Commission, Philippines

Thailand:
- “Development of necessary components for implementation of a NAMA on solid waste management in Thailand ” by Ms. Paweena Panichayapichet, Senior Official, Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization (TGO)

- “National development objectives as key drivers for successful NAMA”, by Mr. Ingo Puhl, Managing Partner, South Pole Carbon
- "3R principles as an approach to designing NAMAs on the Municipal Solid Waste sector: opportunities and challenges". By Ms. Janya Sang-Arun, Senior Policy Researcher, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
- “Vertically Integrated Approach on NAMAs in Municipal Solid Waste in Indonesia (V-NAMAs)”, by Mr. Rangga Akib, Technical Officer, GIZ

- “Introduction to OECC's capacity building activities for NAMAs development in Asia and the JCM as a financing tool for NAMAs implementation”, by Mr. Mizushi Sato, Researcher, Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center of Japan (OECC)
- “The Sri Lanka Carbon Fund”, by Mr. Mahesh Chamara, Project Specialist, Sri Lanka Carbon Fund
- "From bigger to biggest: China's carbon market", by Mr. Yuan Li, Senior Business Manager, China Emissions Exchange
- “The Waste to Resource Fund: Promoting pro-poor and sustainable solid waste management in Asia-Pacific”, Director, Waste to Resource Fund (W2RF)

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Session 3 - 0. IntroDownload
Session 3 - 1. NAMA ColombiaDownload
Session 3 - 2. ESCAPDownload
Session 3 - 3. Waste ConcernDownload
Session 3 - 4. PhilippinesDownload
Session 3 - 5. TGO ThailandDownload
Session 3 - 6. Souh Pole NAMA in WasteDownload
Session 3 - 7. IGESDownload
Session 3 - 8. GIZ v-NAMA IndonesiaDownload
Session 3 - 9. OECCDownload
Session 3 - 11. China ETSDownload
Session 3 - 11.1 - China five pilots ETS ComparisonDownload
Session 3 - 12. Sri Lanka Carbon FundDownload
Session 3 - 13. W2RFDownload