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Side-Event in Bonn: CDM Policy Dialogue Panel meets Civil Society (Newsletter #19)

CDM Watch is organising a side-event in Bonn where civil society representatives will meet members of the CDM Policy Dialogue Panel. The presenters will discuss lessons learnt from CDM projects and lay out a series of specific recommendations to improve the CDMs ability to involve stakeholders and deliver real sustainability benefits.

CDM Policy Dialogue Panel meets Civil Society

Monday, 21 May 2012   13:15—14:45

WIND, Ministry for the Environment (MoE), Bonn       

Time Presenter Title
13.15 – 13.25 CDM Policy Dialogue Panel Members:

Margaret Mukahanana-Sangarwe

Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Tourism and Hospitality Industry, Zimbabwe

13.25 – 13.40 Peter Newell, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK Sustainable development: How well is the CDM Delivering?
13.40 – 13.55 Ranjan Kishor Panda, Water Initiatives Odisha, India Stakeholder consultations in the CDM? A case study from India
13.55 – 14.10 Alyssa Johl, Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL) Safeguards in the CDM: where we are and where we need to go.
14.10 – 14.25 Eva Filzmoser, CDM Watch A future CDM: synthesising the need for reform
14.25 – 14.45 Moderated by CDM Policy Dialogue Panel Members

Margaret Mukahanana-Sangarwe

Panel discussion: where do we go from here?



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