GFSE Workshop Bhutan

Contract partner: Diverse Partner der ÖA der ADA Country: Südasien, regional/länderübergreifend Funding amount: € 25.000,00 Project start: 01.09.2004 End: 31.03.2005

Short Description:

Overall goal

Im Rahmen des Projekts soll ein Workshop des Global Forum for Sustainable Energy (GFSE) finanziert werden. Im Rahmen dieses Workshops sollen verschiedene Modelle der Energiegewinnung auf nachhaltigem Weg ausgetauscht, sowie mögliche Finanzierungsmöglichkeiten präsentiert werden. Über die Projektfinanzierung sollen vor allem Teilnehmer aus der Himalaya-Hindukush Region (2 Teilnehmer aus allen ICIMOD Mitgliedsstaaten, sowie Vortragende, wobei jedoch aus diesem Projekt kein Teilnehmer aus Myanmar eingeladen wird), als auch 2 Vertreter des Earth Negotiating Bulletin (Berichterstattung über den Workshop) eingeladen werden.

project number 2257-00/2004
source of funding OEZA
sector Energiegewinnung, -Verteilung und -Effizienz, allgemein
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