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Rabat Energy Charter Forum II
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Sahara Wind at Rabat Energy Charter Forum II, February 25 2015.

Organized by the Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment of the Kingdom of Morocco, in partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Energy Charter Secretariat, this event followed the highly successful first Rabat Energy Charter Forum held on 20-21 September 2012. As stepping stone for the Middle East and Africa to the Ministerial Conference on the International Energy Charter in The Hague on 20-21 May 2015, the Forum focused on Strengthening Cooperation and Partnership for Sustainable Energy Development in the Middle East and Africa: The Role of the International Energy Charter. This high-level event aimed at tackling challenges of achieving sustainable and affordable access to energy within the framework of regional energy cooperation, investment promotion and protection in the scope of the new International Energy Charter. Leading speakers and participants from governments, the energy industry and academia gathered to discuss topics ranging from energy efficiency and renewables to tap Africa’s energy potential while attracting additional investments and fight energy poverty.

The program of the Rabat Energy Charter Forum II can be accessed through the Energy Charter Secretariat:
INDC Forum Rabat 2015
INDC Forum
Sahara Wind at INDC Forum Rabat, October 12-13 2015.

A few weeks before the Global Climate Conference in Paris -and ahead of its next Presidency- Morocco hosted the INDC Forum on 12-13 October in Rabat. Organized in collaboration with the European Commission, the United Nations Development (UNDP) and Environment (UNEP) Programmes and the Delegate Ministry of Energy, Mines and Water in charge of the Environment of the Kingdom of Morocco this Forum brought together policy makers, high level government officials, expert organizations and lead voices from the academia, private sector and civil society. The INDC Forum recognized the INDCs of 149 countries received which represent an unprecedented scale (90% of global emissions), scope and collective effort to regulate greenhouse gases. A global policy response to strengthen government actions and leverage action agendas” is one of its key objectives. The INDC Forum consisted of a science/policy dialogue and a high-level roundtable policy discussion.

Information on the INDC Forum Rabat is available through the link below: