International Opportunities from Climate Finance - Workshop - Winnipeg, May 16
Last Updated: 2019/05/10 05:39:34 AM
Join Climate Finance Trade Commissioner, Diana Cartwright, in Winnipeg on May 16 – 17, 2019 to gain valuable insights on available Canadian and global funding available for climate change solutions (mitigation and adaptation) in developing countries. Learn about supports and resources available for Canadian organizations and businesses interested in pursuing Climate Finance projects.
International Opportunities from Climate Finance
May 16, 2019; 9am – 11am
Manitoba Hydro International - 211 Commerce Drive
This presentation will be in an informal setting with much interaction. Participants will have an opportunity to introduce yourself and your organization, your interests, projects and solutions and ask questions.
Please contact Natalia Hnydyuk, PSLO for Manitoba, to register, or to request a one-on-one or follow-up meeting.
Quick Facts on Climate Finance:
- Climate Finance presents opportunities to companies in the energy, cleantech, agriculture, engineering, forestry, transportation and professional services sectors.
- Developed countries agreed to mobilize up to US$100 billion a year in climate finance by 2020, to address the mitigation and adaptation needs of developing countries.
- Canada is currently delivering on its pledge to provide $2.65 billion in climate finance to support developing countries transition to low-carbon, climate resilient economies.
- The Trade Commissioner Service has new resources for climate finance. Canadian firms and organization can now access regionally focused trade commissioners in Washington D.C., London, Manila, and Abidjan to assist them in accessing business opportunities generated by climate finance.
- The Trade Commissioner Service can assist and support Canadian firms in navigating procurement processes and private-sector lending windows by offering competitive information, briefing sessions, qualified contacts, visit information and assistance with resolving any problems.