Low Carbon Development in Tanzania
On 22-23 January 2014 kick-off workshop on Low Carbon Development in Tanzania was held. 85 participants local and international with different experiences and expertise attended this workshop
Training workshop on Advocating and strategizing in influencing policies and effective use of climate funds for poverty reduction and enhancement of community resilience
This report comes as a result of training workshop organized and hosted by Climate Action Network Tanzania (CAN Tanzania), in Dar es Salaam on 6th-7th September 2016 on “Advocating and strategizing in influencing policies and effective use of climate funds for poverty reduction and enhancement of community resilience” The workshop was a series of trainings aiming at Strengthening and Improving the Contribution and Efficiency of Environmental Civil Society Organizations for National Climate Resilience and Poverty Reduction in Tanzania.
Exploring Sustainable Low Carbon Development Pathways in Tanzania
The adverse impact of climate change has continued to weaken efforts for achieving sustainable development in developing countries. In Tanzania, energy and transport sectors are among the fast growing sectors, which are vulnerable to the adverse impact of climate change. Although energy and transport sectors in Tanzania have negligible contribution to global green house emissions, the future emissions pathway illustrates that greenhouse gas emissions are likely to increase significantly by 2030 due to dependence on fossil fuels.
A matching Report for supporting a Global day of Action to demand Governments to have a clear Plan for Funding a Sustainable future
In response to a Global day of Action in 2015, Climate Action Network Tanzania (CAN Tanzania) organized an event intended to expose Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), the general public and government Leaders to experience and participate on a global day of action to demand governments to have clear plan for funding a sustainable future. The action focused on taking this opportunity to have a say on how Global leaders can make the financial system work better for different social groups through various forms of
Global mobilization ahead the United Nation’s General Assembly to adopt the new global development goals
While progress to implement the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) agreed under the global declaration in September 2000 to be achieved by 2015 through a global partnership is going to phase out, the 70th Regular Session of the UN General Assembly was open at UN Headquarters for the adoption of the Post-2015 Development Agenda particularly to end extreme poverty, an end to soaring inequality and protection from deadly climate change.
Understanding Low Carbon Development, Climate Finance and Poverty Reduction Strategies in Tanzania
This report comes as a result of training workshop organized and hosted by Climate Action Network Tanzania (CAN Tanzania), in Dar es Salaam from 21st-22nd July 2016 on “Understanding Low Carbon Development, Climate Finance and Poverty Reduction Strategies in Tanzania”. The workshop kicked-off an 18-month project, aiming at Strengthening and Improving the Contribution and Efficiency of Environmental Civil Society Organizations for National Climate Resilience and Poverty Reduction in Tanzania.
How to overcome challenges for Renewable Energy in Tanzania: Lessons from Bangladesh
In September 2015 world leaders signed off on a new global 15-year plan to tackle poverty inequality and climate change. In doing so, they pledged to ensure all people have access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy. Only 3 months later, in December 2015, all nations committed to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius by phasing out harmful emissions. For this, national governments are invited to communicate by 2020 their mid-century, long-term low greenhouse gas mission development strategies.
Kick off workshop on 100% Renewable energy
This report summarizes the discussions that took place at a workshop hosted by CAN-Tanzania, World Future Council and Bread for the World in Dar es Salaam in February 2016 on “100% renewable energy and poverty reduction in Tanzania”. The workshop kicked-off an 18-month project, aiming at exploring the feasibility of 100% Renewable Energy (RE) pathways and its implications for Tanzania’s Sustainable Low Carbon Development and Poverty Reduction Goals. This project builds on the experiences of previous activities in which the three project partners have been engaged in the past years. The idea is to develop a platform to enhance the policy dialogue across sectors and governance levels on this topic.
Development of Simplified Version of the Agriculture Climate Resilience Plan-ACRP (2014-2019)
On 9th and 10th February 2017, Climate Action Network Tanzania (CAN-TZ) organized a training workshop on the development of a simplified version of the Agriculture Climate Resilience Plan (ACRP 2014-2019) which was hosted at Mbezi Garden Hotel in Dar es Salaam. Various stakeholders attended the training workshop from government and non-government organizations. The attendees were from three Districts of Tanzania, which included the Rufiji and Chalinze Districts (Pwani Region), and Lushoto District (Tanga Region).
1st Task force Meeting on 100% Renewable Energy, Low Carbon Development and Poverty Reduction in Tanzania
In 2016, CAN-Tanzania, the World Future Council and Bread for the World embarked on an 18-months project in Tanzania to develop a coherent strategy on how to implement 100% Renewable Energy as part of the country’s Sustainable Low Carbon Development (LCD) and Poverty Reduction Goals. This project builds on the previous experiences of the project partners for facilitating the deployment of renewable energy in Tanzania.
Policy Roadmap for 100% Renewable Energy and Poverty Reduction in Tanzania
This report suggests concrete political measures and outlines necessary governmental action to operationalize the target. It captures reflections, experiences and concrete recommendations articulated by Tanzanian stakeholders to scale up Renewable Energy (RE) while spurring sustainable development and eradicating poverty
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