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Training: CDM Capacity Enhancing Workshop

A two-day sensitisation/capacity-enhancing workshop on Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and implementation of UNEP-RISOE Programme, held on the 10th and 11th of November, 2011 at New Chelsea Hotel, Abuja. CDM Capacity Enhancing Workshop The Sensitisation Workshop to enhance Nigeria's participation in CDM activities, and the implementation of UNEP-RISOE Capacity Development Program on Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) was held on the 10th and 11th of November, 2011 at New Chelsea Hotel. The various presentations and trainning/resource materials are provided below for download and your reference. Workshop Day One: CDM Cycle and Capacity Building By: Miriam Hinostroza, Energy and Carbon Finance, UNEP Risoe Centre CDM Project Finance and Risk IAEA Meeting on Comprehensive Energy Planning CDM in Nigeria: Prospects and Opportunities By: Seyi Adefisan, CEO - Fortune Valley Asset Management, Limited CDM Implementation in Nigeria: Monitoring of Sustainable Development Samuel Adejuwon Ph.D, Head & DNA, Special Climate Change Unit, Federal Ministry of Environment, Nigeria CDM Project Financial Analysis United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Nigeria REDD+ and CDM Salisu Dahiru, National Coordinator, REDD+ Nigeria Workshop Day Two: Overview of CDM Guidelines on UNEP-CDM Guidebook E7 Guide Identifying and Developing CDM Projects Imoh B. Obioh, Atmospheric Research and Information Analysis Laboratory Centre for Energy Research and Development, OAU, Ile-Ife Overview of Proposed CDM Systems in Nigeria Imoh B. Obioh, Atmospheric Research and Information Analysis Laboratory Centre for Energy Research and Development, OAU, Ile-Ife The Save80 Woodstove Project Y.Ahmed, CEO D.A.R.E. Verification and Validation of CDM Projects Jonathan Avis, CDM Business Manager UNFCC Tool to Calculate Emission Factor: Simplified Presenter: Todd Ngara

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  1. Inspiring steps being taken by the ministry,but we still need to make more people aware of the importance of climate change.

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