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1066   []   APCC: APEC Climate Center participated in Demonstration Project for Dev..
Date 2017-09-22 Hit 142
Contents and vi. organize training workshops specifically for that component in Iran. The purposes of this training are to build relevant staff’s capacity for the system operation and maintenance and to secure project sustainability.
1065   []   GGGI: 2017 Asia Pacific Cities Summit & Mayors’ Forum
Date 2017-09-15 Hit 97
Contents Mr. Greg Moore, Mayor of Metro Vancouver and the Hon. Darel Dexter T. Uy, Mayor of Dipolog City, Philippines.
1064   []   GGGI: co-organizes an international workshop on green urbanization in Lang..
Date 2017-09-15 Hit 124
Contents On August 31 and September 1, GGGI, in collaboration with the China Center for SCO Environmental Cooperation (CSEC) and the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED) co-hosted the International Workshop on Green Urbanization and 2017 CCICED Round Table in Langfang City, Hebei Province, Ch..
1063   []   APCC: Dr. Young-Mi Min Received the 2017 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime A..
Date 2017-09-15 Hit 101
Contents Dr. Young-Mi Min, a Research Fellow in the Climate Prediction Team at the APEC Climate Center (APCC) received the 2017 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award from one of the top three biographical dictionaries in the world, Marquis Who’s Who. She has been selected to receive this award as a result of her climate prediction ..
1062   []   GCF: GCF sets funding proposal schedule
Date 2017-08-18 Hit 177
Contents Songdo, 10 Aug 2017 The Green Climate Fund has set the indicative timeline for its consideration of funding proposals for the next two GCF Board meetings. The indicative timeline lists the key dates leading to the Board meetings, where the 24 Board members decide on whether to approve funding proposals brought forward by GCF Accredited ..

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