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Webinar series: "Building knowledge of incentive models to restore ecosystems applied to Latin America and the Caribbean"
3 November 2020 to 24 November 2020
Online
UNEP; IKI; BMU
New Newsletter from the “Climate Integration” project
The Integral Development Association Mitij Ixoq’ (ADIMI), the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and TMG Research implement the Project Integration Climate – Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Supporting the implementation of the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda through Eco-system based Adaptation (EbA) upon request from BMU. The purpose of the project is to contribute to the development of a political environment and commitments with multiple stakeholders that favor the recognition of EbA and allow for its implementation at a larger scale.
 
To keep the public aware of the progress of this initiative during its implementation, the partners produce and distribute a quarterly newsletter. If you want to be added to the distribution database and regularly receive this newsletter, please contact rcalderon@wwfca.org.
 
Project: Climate SDGs Integration Project: Supporting the implementation of the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda through Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) | Country: Guatemala
Contact: Marai El Fassi
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Webinar series: "Building knowledge of incentive models to restore ecosystems applied to Latin America and the Caribbean"
The Project Incentives for a Green Economy, NDC and Ecosystem and Landscape Restoration in El Salvador, implemented by the United Nations Environment Program in El Salvador UNEP, as part of the International Climate Initiative (IKI) of the Federal Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) and together with its partners, the Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources MARN and the Environmental Investment Fund of El Salvador FIAES, will carry out a series of webinars as a space for learning and exchange to national and regional level.
 
Three virtual technical exchange sessions will be held to strengthen and expand knowledge and learn about the incentive schemes applied in the region in order to enrich the design process of the Incentive Program for the Restoration of Ecosystems and Landscapes in El Salvador.
 
It is planned to have the experiences of incentives implemented in Guatemala (PROBOSQUE), the Dominican Republic (PSA EN CUENCA), Costa Rica (FONAFIFO), Colombia (BancO2) and of organizations that accompany and facilitate these processes such as GIZ with the Fund for Green Development, the WRI-Initiative 20x20 with the Program Accelerating innovation with policies and FIAES as the financing platform founded from the debt-for-nature swap and its financial evolution from other mechanisms.
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