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Korea: IUC participates at KECO annual training workshop on Local GHG Inventory

The IUC team participated in Busan at the KECO annual training workshop on Local GHG Inventory with 69 districts, cities and counties from 6 metropolitan cities and 9 provinces including Seoul. The event included more than 100 participants from 65 local governments.

The objective of the mission was to enhance the attended local government officers’ understanding on the current progress in the global network of local climate actions and best practices of municipal project-level mitigation efforts and financing. The participants of the KECO annual training welcomed the introduction to global trends in local climate actions and expressed continuous collaboration with IUC/Asia-Korea regarding to their future capacity building activities.

Also, a consultation with Cheolju Park, Deputy Director of Climate-Air Division, Gwangju Metropolitan City (GMC), in charge of the International Center for Environment and Climate (ICEC) which will co-organize IUC/GCoM Korea Workshop on local actions for low carbon.

Workshop Programme:

Day 1. Thursday, 28 March 2019

time activities
13:00-14:00 Registration
14:00-14:15(15’) Opening
14:15-14:55(40’) Local GHG inventory development and use KECO(J. KIM)
14:55-15:35(40’) Target Management System in public sector

(current progress on GHG/Renewable Energy targets)

KECO(M. Choi)
15:35-16:00(25’) Coffee break
16:00-16:40(40’) Best practices(province)

_presentation followed by Q&A

GangWon Province (O .Gwon)
16:40-17:20(40’) Best practices(municipality)

_presentation followed by Q&A

AnSan City

(Asan Foundation)

17:20-18:00(40’) General discussion & closing


Day 2. Friday, 29 March 2019

time component  
09:30-10:10(40’) Best Practice(global network and local actions: IUC/GCoM)

_ presentation followed by Q&A

KEI(S. Kang)
10:10-10:50(40’) Group discussions: recent progress in mitigation policy implementation: major challenges and solutions sub-regional breakout group discussion
10:50-11:20(30’) Wrap-up reporting followed by Q&A KECO
11:20- Closing


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