ANNOUNCING THE POST OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE SIDS DOCK

ANNOUNCING THE POST OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE SIDS DOCK

he Secretariat of the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre presents its compliments to the States Parties and Signatory States of the SIDS DOCK, and in its capacity as Interim Secretariat of the SIDS DOCK, has the honour to announce, pursuant to the Decision of the second session of the SIDS DOCK Assembly contained in document number A/2/DC/3/Rev.1, the post of Secretary-General for the SIDS DOCK.

CCREEE Call for Applications, Deadline: 03 October 2016

CCREEE Call for Applications, Deadline: 03 October 2016

CCREEE Administrative and Finance Officer Vacancy Announcement for the post of a CCREEE Administration and Finance Officer, deadline 03 October 2016: Under the supervision of the CCREEE Interim Director (ID) and in close coordination with the UNIDO Project Manager (UNIDO-PM), the AFC establishes and manages the administrative and financial proceedings of the CCREEE Secretariat. The AFC supervises the Senior Administrative Secretary and other support staff. Download Terms of Reference CCREEE Senior Administrative Secretary Vacancy Announcement for the post of a CCREEE Senior Administrative Secretary, deadline 03 October 2016: Under supervision of the Interim Director (ID) and the Administrative and Finance Consultant (AFC), the Senior Administrative Secretary (SAS) is responsible for establishing the administration and secretarial procedures and performs a variety of complex secretarial/clerical and administrative tasks of a confidential nature. Download Terms of Reference   APPLICATIONS: Interested and qualified candidates are invited to submit applications through the CCREEE Job Portal at latest by 17 February 2016. Applications shall comprise the following documents in English: CV (incl. detailed description of qualifications and work experience) Motivation letter (max. one page) Scanned copy of passport Scanned copies of educational certificates Further information on the CCREEE is available at: www.ccreee.org. Written requests for clarification can be directed to:...
SIDS DOCK – SEA OFFICIAL SIDE EVENT AT COP21

SIDS DOCK – SEA OFFICIAL SIDE EVENT AT COP21

We need to do much more, much faster, much more urgently to keep global warming below 1.5°C or at least well below 2°C. This event will look at how renewable
energy and energy efficiency can close the emissions gap at global, national, regional and city level. How large is the opportunity, what major initiatives are out
there to bridge the emission gap and what are the main barriers we must overcome to scale up these solutions faster?

Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) – Regional Networking Meetings for National Designated Entities

Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) – Regional Networking Meetings for National Designated Entities – Small Island Developing States, Barbados, October 28-30 The Climate Technology Center and Network (CTCN)[1] is the operational arm of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)’s Technology Mechanism and is hosted by United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in collaboration with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and with the support of 11 independent organizations with expertise in climate technologies. The CTCN’s mission is to assist developing countries in deploying technologies (including any equipment, techniques, practical knowledge and skills) that can be used to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to adapt to climate change impacts. In line with the decisions of the Conference of Parties (COP) of UNFCCC, each Party shall nominate a focal point for the CTCN, named National Designated Entity (NDE). [1] More information on the CTCN at ctc-n.org   CTCN WORKSHOP VIDEO (LONG FORM)   CTCN WORKSHOP...
Major UN Treaty comes into force – Small Island leaders say they will not be left behind

Major UN Treaty comes into force – Small Island leaders say they will not be left behind

UNITED NATIONS (UN) HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK CITY, 5 October 2015 On 30 September 2015, the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Sustainable Energy and Climate Resilience Initiative – SIDS DOCK – celebrated the entry into force of the SIDS DOCK Treaty, recognising the establishment of the historic intergovernmental organisation vested with the full powers of the United Nations (UN).

Historic Ceremony to Formally Establish the SIDS DOCK

Historic Ceremony to Formally Establish the SIDS DOCK

Documents: SIDS DOCK Declaration, Invitation, Programme Today, Wednesday, 30 September 2015, we share a very special moment in history – the birth of SIDS DOCK, the first global intergovernmental organisation of Island Nations vested with the full powers and privileges of the United Nations. Today’s Historic Ceremony to Formally Establish the SIDS DOCK at the United Nations Headquarters in New York in Conference Room 4 (North Lawn Building) at 11 a.m will be Webcast Live on UN Web TV. WATCH THE...