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25. März 2019
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V., Klingelhöferstraße 23, 10785 Berlin
Study and dialogue program for experts from the MENA Region
Within the framework of the proposed dialogue program, experts from both, private and public sector, science and civil society from the MENA region will learn about current developments and perspectives in the field of Sustainable Finance in Germany and at European level. The main objective is to discuss the political framework for Sustainable Finance and to highlight how appropriate investments in the countries of the region can be facilitated. In addition, possible cooperation opportunities between the participants and German/European stakeholders will be identified.
The study and dialogue program is organised in cooperation with the KAS Regional Program Energy Security and Climate Change Middle East and North Africa and the team for interior programs of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Berlin.
The Regional Program Energy Security and Climate Change Middle East and North Africa has a strong focus on sustainable use of resources (energy, water, etc.). In this context, Sustainable Finance is an innovative approach to international climate, development and economic policies, which plays an important role in the implementation of the Paris Climate Agreement. As part of a strategy to promote green economic growth, public and private investment will have to consider possible benefits for the environment and society. Low-carbon and resource-efficient economies, as well as potential adaptation to the impacts of climate change, have to be at the forefront of sustainable development.
The participants will gain insight into the implementation of Sustainable Finance in Germany and Europe. They expand their knowledge of the implementation of appropriate measures, identify opportunities for cooperation and inform themselves about new approaches to sustainable financing.
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18. April bis 18. August 2019
Neues Museum, Bodestraße, 10178 Berlin
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