23 - 26
San Francisco, California
The Alliance will moderate a panel discussion during SOCAP 2018 that will describe how a market-based approach has pulled in new investments to the clean cooking sector, catalyzing an increase in technological and business model innovation.
30 - 01
Geneva, Switzerland
The Global Conference on Air Pollution and Health is the first-ever global event to focus on both air pollution and health. Participants will include Ministers of Health and Environment and other national government representatives, as well as representatives of intergovernmental agencies, health and other sectors (e.g. transport, energy, etc.), research, academia, and civil society.
05 - 06
The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves and the Energy Private Developers Rwanda (EPD) will host a first-of-its kind conference to convene business leaders, investors, donors, and government representatives to collaborate on developing an industry at scale to deliver affordable, modern, clean cooking solutions. Register now.
28 - 30
New York
The annual Global South-South Development Expo (GSSD Expo), will take place at United Nations Headquarters in New York from 28 to 30 November, 2018. Organized by the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation (UNOSSC) in collaboration with United Nations agencies and other partners, the GSSD Expo will strategically engage all development actors, including the private sector, civil society, academic and philanthropic organizations, to scale up concrete Southern-grown initiatives to help achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
17 - 18
Aurora, Colorado
The two-day Workshop on Household Energy Impact Evaluation (WHEIE) aims to accelerate transitions toward cleaner household energy systems by providing targeted, specific training on policy-oriented impact evaluation research designs. This training will bridge a current gap in the household sector between small-scale, investigator-led intervention studies, and large-scale policies and programs in low- and middle- income countries (LMIC) that often lack strong monitoring and evaluation components.