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Strengthening the community of practice
Two workshops in Asia to focus on using LEAP for GHG mitigation assessment
The U.S. Agency for International Development Low Emissions Asian Development (USAID LEAD) program, in collaboration with the USAID Indonesia Clean Energy Development (USAID ICED) program and the Asian Greenhouse Gas Management Center (AGMC), will host two regional events in March 2014 on using LEAP for greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation assessment.
1. Using LEAP for GHG mitigation at the sub-national scale
The workshop will be open to professionals based in Asia, with strong preference given to those who are actively engaged in GHG mitigation activities, who are proficient in LEAP system modeling, and who intend to use LEAP in their future work. Preference will also be given to staff from government agencies, research institutes, and NGOs. Participants will likely have professional training as scientists, engineers, or economists.
The workshop will enable participants to increase their knowledge and skills about the applications of the LEAP system model by:
2. Strengthening the Asian community of practice on LEAP
This workshop will be open to professionals based in Asia, with strong preference given to staff of government agencies, research institutions and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Participants will likely have professional training as scientists, engineers, or economists and must be experienced LEAP users.
Participants will strengthen the regional community of practice for LEAP by:
How to apply:
Application forms are available in Microsoft Word and PDF formats. If using the PDF format, you will need to complete, print and then scan the file. The deadline for applications is Monday, March 3, 2014.