Climate Transparency, together with its partners and the European Union Climate Dialogues project invite you to an exclusive preview of the results drawn from the pilot application of the Climate Policy Implementation Check on selected transport policies in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, and the EU:
You can’t have one without the other: Ambition and Implementation
Learnings from transport policies in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, and the EU for transparency of actions
Friday, 9 June 2023
03:00-05:00 pm CEST (convert time)
Room Hammerschmidt, Marriott Hotel Bonn (GoogleMaps)
This event will take place within the Bonn Climate Change Conference (SB58), held June 5-15. Please learn more about the event below and join either in-person or virtually.
On Friday 9th of June 2023 Climate Transparency will bring together experts from civil society, and policy makers from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and the EU to discuss the status of implementation of transport decarbonization policies.
The event will take place from 3-4.30 p.m. CEST at the Marriott Hotel Bonn, Room Hammerschmidt. The proximity to the UNFCCC Subsidiary Body negotiations in Bonn facilitates on-site participation by national policy makers and negotiators in the event. Participation is also possible via Zoom (incl. live translation to Spanish and Portuguese) and streamed worldwide via YouTube.
After a snapshot on the status of implementation of transport decarbonization policies in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and the EU, the event will offer the space for practitioners and policy makers to discuss the following questions, relevant in the run-up to the first Global Stocktake:
How can be ensured that ambitious NDCs are translated into effective implementation?
Which role should independent assessment and monitoring play in public accountability systems?
Can tools such as the Climate Policy Implementation Check supplement the UNFCCC’s Enhanced Transparency Framework?
What lessons can be learned from our results for better policy design and implementation?
The panel discussion runtime will be about 1.5 hours including Q&A. Afterwards, participants are invited to stay in the location, and continue the exchange with the experts from the countries.
The event is part of a project funded by the EU Climate Dialogues Project:
- Laura Juliana Arciniegas (Transforma), Colombia
- Mariana Gutierrez-Grados (Iniciativa Climática de México), Mexico
- Gabriel Blanco (independent consultant), Argentina
- William Wills (Centro Clima), Brazil
- Florian Mersmann (Berlin Governance Platform), European Union
- Dr Aloisio Melo, Ministry of Environment of Brazil
- Carlo de Grandis, European Commission, DG CLIMA
- Florencia Mitchell, Ministry of Environment, Argentina (tbc)
- Sebastian Wegner, Berlin Governance Platform
More country representatives to be confirmed
Runtime: 15.00-17.30 CEST
Reception: 16.40-17.30 CEST