Mon, Oct 23|
2023 Latin America and the Caribbean Climate Week (LACCW)
CCAP is set to host and participate in three official Action Hub events at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s (UNFCCC) 2023 Latin America and the Caribbean Climate Week (LACCW).
Time & Location
Oct 23, 2023, 12:00 AM – Oct 27, 2023, 12:00 AM
Panama City, Albrook Mall, Avenida Roosevelt, Panama City, Panama
About the Event
The road to COP28 continues, as CCAP is set to host and participate in three official Action Hub events at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s (UNFCCC) 2023 Latin America and the Caribbean Climate Week (LACCW) taking place from October 23-27 in Panama City, Panama, at the Marriot Panama Hotel.Each of CCAP’s Action Hub events will mark the official launch of three new initiatives, including:
- The Observatory of Taxonomies in Latin America and the Caribbean
- The Too Good to Waste Program
- The Community of Practice on the Reduction of Methane Emissions from Organic Sources in LAC
Hosted by the government of Panama, LACCW is a platform for policymakers, practitioners, businesses, academia and civil society to discuss climate solutions, barriers and opportunities presented throughout the region. The event encourages regional contributions from an array of actors to the first Global Stocktake of the Paris Agreement. It will feature virtual components and live online streaming for various activities to allow for broad, inclusive and transparent participation. An estimated 4,000 participants from across the region are expected to gather in Panama City for LACCW.
Representing CCAP in Panama during this week-long event will be Climate Finance and Carbon Markets Director Sebastián Lema, Sr. Climate Finance Associate Adriana Bazán Fuster and Research Analyst Ana Him. CCAP will be engaging with regional LAC stakeholders throughout LACCW, as we invite all in-person and virtual attendees to take part in this opportunity to advance our collective efforts towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and accelerate the transition to a net-zero, climate resilient future.