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TGO/CITC Organized The UNFCCC COP 23 Side Event On “Capacity Building Needs And Activities To Support SDGs & Climate Actions” And “Sharing Capacity Building Experiences On Climate Actions In ASEAN”


Published Date 2017-12-19 11:38:28 น.

TGO/CITC Organized The UNFCCC COP 23 Side Event On “Capacity Building Needs And Activities To Support SDGs & Climate Actions” And “Sharing Capacity Building Experiences On Climate Actions In ASEAN”

On 7 November 2017, Climate Change International Technical and Training Center (CITC) under Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization (Public Organization) (TGO) Organized The UNFCCC COP23 Side Event on “Capacity Building Needs and Activities to support SDGs & Climate Actions” and “Sharing Capacity Building Experiences on Climate Actions in ASEAN” at Thai Pavilion, Bonn, Germany.

The objective of the event, was to promote Capacity Building on Climate Change and CITC’s implementation for ASEAN Counties through North-South and South-South cooperation. The topics include;

1. Capacity Building Needs and Activities to support SDGs & Climate Actions 
In this regards, Dr.Natarika Wayuparb Nitiphon, Deputy Executive Director of TGO was a speaker. We received honors from speakers from Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP), Ms. Sureeporn Kerdkankaew, Japan International Cooperation Agency, Dr. Masato Kawanishi and Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center (OECC), Japan, Prof. Dr. Kazuhiko Takemoto.

2. Sharing Capacity Building Experiences on Climate Actions in ASEAN
The panelists were form ASEAN countries include Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam and Dr.Natarika Wayuparb Deputy of TGO was a moderator of the event.

In this side event, we focused and discussed about the importance of capacity building as a key driving force for climate change actions as well as needs and roles of capacity development in implementation of climate change policies, plans and actions. There were around 50 participants to joined the event.

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