European Capacity Building Initiative

Miscellaneous

A letter reaffirming the work of ecbi, from Bangladesh.

Bangladesh Letter of Appreciation 2006

Author:
Mohammad Reazuddin
Publication Date:
December, 2006

A letter reaffirming the work of ecbi, from the Gambia.

Letter of Apprecation, The Gambia

Author:
Publication Date:
December, 2006

The focus of Phase I (2005-07) was on collaborations with countries from Europe (in the wider sense), the G5 (Brazil, China, India, Mexico, and South Africa), Sub-Saharan Africa and South/Southeast Asia. In Phase II (2008-12) it is planned to include Latin America.

A key limitation of the UN climate change negotiations is the lack of a level playing field between delegations, both North-South, and South-South. Other major obstacles to successful outcomes are mutual misunderstanding and lack of trust, particularly between industrialised and developing countries. The European Capacity Building Initiative (ecbi) is aimed at overcoming these limitations and obstacles through a number of capacity and trust building activities, subsumed under three complementary integrated Programmes.

The focus of Phase I (2005-07) was on collaborations with countries from Europe (in the wider sense), the G5 (Brazil, China, India, Mexico, and South Africa), Sub-Saharan Africa and South/Southeast Asia. In Phase II (2008-12) it is planned to include Latin America.

Author:
ecbi
Publication Date:
August, 2007

ecbi side Event at COP13/MOP3, Bali Indonesia

invitation

Author:
Publication Date:
November, 2007

Letter of Appreciations

Author:
Richard Muyungi
Publication Date:
February, 2009

Clean_Energy_Finance_Dinner_Discussion_1Nov2009[1][1].pdf

Author:
Publication Date:
November, 2009

Phase I & II Outcomes and Impacts

Author:
Publication Date:
January, 2011
Author:
ecbi Executive Committee
Publication Date:
May, 2011
Author:
ecbi Executive Committee
Publication Date:
May, 2014

Presentation at Joint ecbi Committees and Funder Meeting

Author:
ecbi Executive Committee
Publication Date:
June, 2014

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