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The Climate and Clean Air Coalition's Municipal Solid Waste Initiative is conducting a capacity-building session for stakeholders in Latin America that will present best practices in organic waste management.
The two-hour session will take place during the 2018 AIDIS Congress in Guayaquil, Ecuador. The session will include numerous technical presentations and a case study:
The Climate and Clean Air Coalition's Municipal Solid Waste Initiative was launched in 2012 to assist cities and municipalities reduce short-lived climate pollutant (SLCP) emissions from waste. Organizing and leading workshops involving city representatives has been one of the initiative’s key capacity building activities.
During the Coalition’s High-level Assembly meeting at COP 23 and through the Bonn Communique, Coalition Partners resolved to develop policies and measures that encourage national, state, and local governments to work together with the private sector to reduce SLCP emissions from municipal solid waste and create healthy cities and communities. This commitment places a particular emphasis on the following workstreams:
Note: This session will be conducted in Spanish. Any registered participant of the Congress can attend the session by contacting Sandra Mazo-Nix to register.