Scaling Climate In...

Scaling Climate Innovation

Local Solutions to Address Climate Challenges and Drive Economic Development

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9:00 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. EST
Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Room I2-250 (I Building)
1850 I Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20006

Registration and Visitor Passes:
Abolanle Surakat-Shittu (bsurakatz@worldbank.org)
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The global commitment to climate action in the Paris Agreement at COP 21 calls for innovative and accelerated climate solutions for developing countries that also drive economic growth. While promising climate-friendly innovation is occurring in energy, water, and agriculture, the path to scale these initiatives too often involves lengthy timelines.

Join a high-level discussion to explore how the World Bank Group works with local partners to quickly scale novel clean technologies and businesses to address both climate and development needs.

Speakers include CEOs from seven of the World Bank's Climate­ Innovation C­ente­rs and senior representatives from:

  • U.S. Department of Energy
  • United Nations Foundation
  • UK’s Department for International Development (DFID)
  • International Finance Corporation (IFC)
  • World Bank’s Trade & Competitiveness Global Practice
  • World Bank’s Climate Change Cross-Cutting Solution Area
  • World Bank’s Energy & Extractives Global Practice

About the World Bank’s Network of Climate Innovation Centers

The World Bank’s Climate Technology Program is establishing a global network of Climate Innovation Centers (CICs) in seven countries around the world: Kenya, South Africa, Ethiopia, the Caribbean, Morocco, Ghana, and Vietnam. The centers are locally-owned institutions that provide clean technology ventures with the knowledge, capital, and access to markets required to launch and scale their businesses. For more information, please visit: infodev.org/climate


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