Over the past several months, the COVID-19 pandemic has turned the world on its end, sickening nearly a million people at time of writing, upending daily life, crashing economies, and placing an immense amount of hardship on countless people. Throughout these turbulent times, the Carbon Institute is committed to supporting our global family of staff and partners to the best of our ability. Recognizing the increasing severity of the pandemic, we have established a small emergency relief fund to assist any members of our team directly impacted by COVID-19.READ MORE
Pre-Launch of the Collaborative Capacity Lab
At COP25, the Carbon Institute and partners announced the pre-launch of the Collaborative Capacity Lab.
On December 5, 2019 at the Indonesian Pavilion at COP25, the Carbon Institute announced the pre-launch of the Collaborative Capacity Lab, a new international partnership dedicated to building the global workforce needed to implement the Paris Agreement. The Collaborative Capacity Lab (CCL) is structured as a network of networks, scaling the Carbon Institute’s programs to serve RIFFEAC (Réseau des Institutions de Formation Forestière et Environnementale de l’Afrique Centrale), CATIE (el Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza), RECOFTC (the Center for People and Forests), and USP (the University of the South Pacific).READ MORE
Building a Global Workforce to Implement the Paris Agreement
You are cordially invited to join the COP25 pre-launch of the Carbon Institute’s new initiative to train the Paris Agreement’s workforce
December 5th | 10:30 am to 11:50 am | Indonesian Pavilion | Refreshments will be served
As the global community increases ambition on nature-based solutions to climate change, there is a clear need to enhance training centers and technical workforces to implement the Paris Agreement in many Non-Annex I countries. By convening a network of networks, the Collaborative Capacity Lab (CCL) will scale the Carbon Institute’s proven train-the-trainer programs from six countries to 42 new countries. The CCL will train 400 new leaders by 2024 through four new regional Certificates in Advanced Nature Based Solutions.Join Us