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  • Think Big: Developing Transformative TOD Policies in Colombia

    The Colombia TOD NAMA Support Project, funded by Germany and the UK through the NAMA Facility, is entering (The development of the Colombia TOD NAMA was a collaboration of CCAP, FINDETER, the Colombian Ministries In order to realize the vision of the NAMA ─ the transformation of urban development in Colombia to a application in the Colombian context. The goal of the NAMA isn’t modest – it’s to transform urban development in Colombia to a TOD model that

  • TOD NAMA Delivers National Policy Roadmap for Colombia

    The technical phase of the Colombia TOD NAMA has come to a close, with CIUDAT firmly established to move Figure 1: The nature and dimensions of TOD Findings The plan behind the policy task of the NAMA was that National TOD Policy Proposal Starting from this realization, CIUDAT and SIGMA-Despacio worked to develop of the TOD NAMA The basic recommendations provide that the national government should advance the following implementing the Colombia TOD NAMA, and is housed within Findeter’s unit on Integrated Urban Management

  • Colombia TOD NAMA Pilot Projects Primed for Implementation

    Lessons from the TOD NAMA pilots will do the same, informing both national policy recommendations and finance mechanisms that will support scale-up of TOD and realization of the NAMA’s ambitious GHG reduction Staff visited each city, accompanied at times by CCAP, to reiterate the concepts and scope of the Colombia from Barcelona. Medellin Perpetua Socorro Creative District As the Colombia TOD NAMA moves ahead to the Financial Cooperation

  • Colombia TOD NAMA Delivers Comprehensive Measurement and Evaluation System

    Every NAMA needs to track GHG mitigation effects through robust Monitoring, Reporting and Verification The Colombian Transit Oriented Development NAMA went beyond this goal and created a system to Measure and Evaluate progress and performance from beginning to end. Cities receiving financing from the NSP will be required to conduct at least tier-1 M&E and MRV reporting The M&E system is just one part of an integrated, strategic approach to promoting TOD in Colombia, an

  • The Start of an Urban Renaissance: Colombia TOD NAMA Expands to Monteria

    The Colombia transit-oriented development (TOD) NAMA has recently expanded to encompass a fourth city Monteria, a city of 400,000, is located along the Sinú River near the Caribbean coast of Colombia. re-inhabit” the city’s historic central area are being refined with the technical support of CIUDAT, the NAMA transportation, environment, social and finance experts recently visited Monteria, where they met with staff from improvements on 4th and 5th streets and a new public river transport system to draw visitors to the area from

  • Colombia TOD NAMA: Four Years Later (Actually Nine Years Later)

    CCAP drafted a first concept of a Transit Oriented Development NAMA in late 2011, with both capacity-building After the tour a working group started in Colombia to help CCAP refine the NAMA concept for submission Actual implementation started in late 2016 with €14.7M in funding from the NAMA Facility. of the Technical Cooperation phase of the Colombia TOD NAMA Colombia TOD NAMA: 4 Years Later (actually TOD around Future Bogota Metro Stations TOD NAMA Delivers National Policy Roadmap for Colombia Colombia

  • Colombia TOD NAMA: Disruptive Urban "Technology" and Superblocks

    which they guided CIUDAT (FINDETER) on implementation of the Colombia TOD NAMA Support Project funded The trip focused on the catalytic TOD pilot project in Pasto, Colombia. Yuri Suzuki’s iconic circuit board map of the London Underground helps visualize the concept of TOD as Pasto’s TOD intervention is inspired by the “superblock” (super-manzana in Spanish) concept being championed We also discussed potential control neighborhoods that form a central part of the comprehensive TOD NAMA

  • The Voluntary Carbon Market in Colombia: A World to be Known

    can be made with fair rules for all parties where the communities can thrive and flourish the most from CCAP does not partake in the VCM value chain or obtain resources from the implementation of such projects WWF Colombia does not participate in carbon markets or obtain resources from this type of implementation agreements could be an arm for the safeguards framework to be implemented, expanding its scope of action from CCAP’s mission is to support every step of climate action, from ambition to implementation.

  • Transformation Ahead: Colombia TOD NAMA

    Implementation is on track for the Colombia Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) NAMA, funded by the NAMA NAMA is to transform Colombia’s urban development model from automobile-oriented urban sprawl to Transit These include pursuing strategies to promote TOD in Colombia’s next National Development Plan (2019-2023 concepts into guidelines for the development of Master Mobility Plans for municipalities. in Colombia.

  • CCAP and WWF Colombia Launch Fair and Equitable REDD+ Agreements Project

    week during an event held in Bogotá, Colombia. their knowledge and willingness to build more just and equitable REDD+ agreements—reducing emissions from conditions necessary to overcome the challenges posed and to maximize communities' wellbeing as a result from The project will work to ensure that voluntary carbon market agreements guarantee rights, not only from . #### CCAP’s mission is to support every step of climate action, from ambition to implementation.

  • From Concept to Reality: Colombia TOD NAMA Moving to Implementation

    The Colombia Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) NAMA, a concept that was conceived in 2011 and preliminarily million grant from the NAMA Facility this past August. finance proposal for the TOD NAMA. NAMA development has fostered an unprecedented level of inter-ministerial coordination that sets Colombia With CCAP’s support, Colombia has attracted additional support from the French Agency for Development

  • Photo Gallery | CoP MET-LAC Kickoff Workshop in Bogota, Colombia

    BOGOTA, Colombia – CCAP hosted the Kickoff Workshop for the Community of Practice on Reducing Methane Emissions from Organic Sources in Latin America and the Caribbean (CoP Met-LAC) in Bogota, Colombia, alongside LEDS LAC, ImplementaSur and the Global Methane Hub from Nov. 14-15. View the photos from the Workshop below: On Wednesday, the team visited Control Ambiental de Colombia Organic Waste Plant in Facatativá, Cundinamarca, Colombia.

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