The UK’s Department for International Development and the Department for Energy and Climate Climate invite you to a Cancún Summit side event

A CDM fit for the future – why is CDM reform needed and how can developing countries benefit?

A selection of speakers will share their views on the evolution of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and greater use of standardised approaches. The event will look in particular at how these reforms could help increase low-income countries’ access to the CDM.

For more information, please contact Sarah Love at <a href="mailto:s-love@dfid.gov.uk">s-love@dfid.gov.uku</a> or Jack Fulford at <a href="mailto:j-fulford@dfid.gov.uk">j-fulford@dfid.gov.uk</a> (DFID).


DFID, the Department for International Development: leading the UK Government's fight against world poverty. Find out more at http://www.dfid.gov.uk.''