On April 11, 2014, the signing ceremony of “Low Carbon Growth Partnership between the Cambodian side and the Japanese side” was held at Cambodiana Hotel between H.E. SAY Samal, Minister of Environment and H.E. Mr. KUMAMARU Yuji, Ambassador of Japan to the Kingdom of Cambodia.
The global warming is a serious problem all the countries in the world are faced with and various measures have been introduced to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases as a cause to this problem.
Under Trust Fund Secretariate of Cambodia Climate Channge Alliance, two Practice Notes on Factors of Change and Stakeholder Participation are produced to draw attention of all those working on climate change context.
Please link to both summary and details:
In the afternoon of 08 April 2014, the Ministry of Environment organized the CCCA’s Program Support Board (PSB) Meeting which was presided over by H.E. Say Samal, Minister of Environment and Chairperson of the CCCA PSB. The meeting was attended by PSB members from Ministry of Water Resource and Meteorology, Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries, Ministry of Economy and Finance, and representatives from the development partners including European Union, Sweden Embassy and UNDP, with 32 participants in total. The main objectives of the meeting were to review the implementation of the CCCA programme phase 1 (2010-2014), and the progress in preparing CCCA proposal for phase 2 (2014-2019) for PSB’s review and approval.
Preah Sihanouk - 25 March 2014, a dissemination workshop on the Cambodia Climate Change Strategic Plan (CCCSP) was organized by the Climate Change Department (CCD) of the Ministry of Environment in cooperation with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Cambodia Climate Change Alliance (CCCA). The event was attended by over 70 representatives, including 12 women, from six provinces, namely, Kampot, Kep, Preah Sihanouk, Koh Kong, Takeo and Kampong Speu. The workshop aims to disseminate the recently approved Cambodia Climate Change Strategic Plan (2014-2023) of the Royal Government of Cambodia and to discuss potential follow-up steps needed to be undertaken to mainstream climate change into the planning process at the sub-national level.
A high level workshop for the development of a national M&E Framework for climate change response was conducted under the auspices of IIED in collaboration with the Climate Change Department, Ministry of Environment of Cambodia and the Cambodia Climate Change Alliance (CCCA) on 12-13 December 2013. Recently, under the cooperation between the CCD, IIED and CCCA, the outcomes from the national M&E workshop are produced through the report publication.
To download full workshop report: