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The historic Paris Climate Change Agreement, reached in 2015, embodies the commitment of countries around the world to move forward together to address climate change.

Now, governments, sub-national authorities, businesses, civil society institutions and other stakeholders are focused on turning climate targets and plans into action.

Why LACCF 2017 is a must-attend event

The Latin American and Caribbean Carbon Forum (LACCF) is bringing together for the eleventh consecutive year key players from the private and public sectors to share the state of the art around climate change mitigation, and reach out to cooperating agencies, potential investors and service providers. It is a space where climate aspirations turn into climate action.

The Forum will consist of various segments, including high-level plenaries to discuss the latest advances and resources on:

  • Climate Finance
  • Carbon Pricing
  • Sectoral Climate Action
  • Data and Information for Transparency

 The Forum will showcase specific opportunities for immediate action towards a low-carbon economy, in:

  • Industrial sector
  • Sustainable cities
  • Technologies
  • Energy
  • Transport (land, air and maritime)

. . . and much more

What to expect

You will hear from and connect with people with hands-on experience – turning plans and ideas into action. LACCF’s comprehensive and substantive programme consists of high-level plenaries, parallel thematic discussions, workshops, side events and training sessions.

The LACCF exhibition space is ideal to identify business opportunities and connect with supporting organizations, cooperating agencies, potential investors and service providers.

For the second time, the LACCF and the annual workshop of the Low Emission Development Strategies – LAC platform will be held back-to-back, becoming the largest climate event of the region: The 2017 Latin America and Caribbean Climate Week.

Don’t miss this chance to participate in this important event for the LAC region.

 Registration now open at www.latincarbon.com


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