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ONLINE SESSION: Insights into National Adaptation Planning on 26th May 10:30 am

Update: The recording of the online session can be accessed here.

We are pleased to invite you to the online session “Insights into National Adaptation Planning” which will take place on 26th May, from 10:30 am to 12 noon (CEST). It is the first session of a series of online sessions for stimulating the technical discussion on the NAP process with a wider audience and in addition to the existing international conferences.

The online session presents:

  • Welcome and opening
  • Background on the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process
  • Experiences on national adaptation planning in Norway
  • German NAP support: tools and experiences from application

The presentations are followed by a detailed Q&A session. The online session will be held in English.

To participate, please click Access online session, enter your name, your email-address and click “Join online session”.

Technical requirements: Please use a headset and enable Java in your browser. To make sure, that your system matches all requirements, conduct a system check.

This online session is the first event in the new public Discussion Series on the NAP process organized by the Climate Protection Programme for Developing Countries implemented by GIZ on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).

We are looking forward to welcoming you!

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