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  • GCoM Malaysia National Training (Iskandar, Malaysia)
    All day
    2019.03.19-2019.03.20

    With the supports of International Urban Cooperation Project Asia (IUC Asia) and Iskandar Regional Development Authority, Malaysia (IRDA), GCoM SEA will be conducting the Training which will take place at Doubletree Hilton, Johor Bahru (Iskandar). Based on the inputs from city stakeholders, the Training will focus on climate change adaptation. The Training, supported by European Commission’s Joint Research Center (JRC), will provide knowledge to Malaysian’s city practitioners on, Green Infrastructure, Nature-based Solutions, and Streamlining Climate Action into the Planning System of the Cities (horizontal integration).

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  • GCoM’s National Launch in Malaysia
    09:00 -13:00
    2019.03.21

    GCoM will be launched nationally in Malaysia at Doubletree Hilton, Johor Bahru (Iskandar) . The Launch will also be a networking event, to raise awareness of GCoM and related international climate co-operations to a wider Malaysian audience—public practitioners, private and the media. It will also showcase European Union’s leading role on supporting local action in energy and climate change adaptation and mitigation and the signing of GCoM commitment by new Malaysian cities. There will also be panel discussions on “Malaysian Cities Fighting Climate Change” and “Best Practices from Southeast Asia and European Union”.

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  • A Networking Event on Inclusive Climate Action for Sustainable Cities (Bangkok, Thailand)
    12:00 -13:15
    2019.03.27

    The European Union through IUC Asia is supporting GCoM SEA to convene a Networking Event to further outreach cities specifically in the Southeast Asian region in the 6th Asian Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development (APFSD).

    This event will serve as the first introduction to the GCoM and to promote activities of the GCoM. The focus of the networking event is to promote inclusive climate action which could drive better environmental outcomes and social and economic co-benefits—to support and enhance the coherence and effectiveness of sustainable cities development strategy and actions. The elements of the inclusive climate action are an equitable plan to benefit marginalised population groups who experience more exposure to climate hazards and with inadequate or no capacity to adapt—the poor, women, children, seniors, and the disabled.

    The event will will take place at the United Nation Conference Centre (meeting room MR G).

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