This event will bring together country delegates to share their diverse experiences and reflections on their LT-LEDS journeys. The foundational steps that countries can take towards the full development of their LT-LEDS will be showcased.
These experiences range from kick-starting Long-Term Vision (LTV) discussions, creating stakeholder buy-in around a shared vision and defining a country’s own process towards a full LT-LEDS – to bringing it all together under a finalised strategy that can be translated into concrete investment planning and an operationalisation plan. The panel is expected to include government representatives from Jamaica, Pakistan, Rwanda, Senegal and Tanzania (tbc).
This event is being organised as part of a wider project funded by the German International Climate Initiative (IKI) in which the 2050 Pathways Platform has been actively engaged in supporting five countries across various stages of LT-LEDS formulation. Central to this effort is a robust focus on fostering national consensus through inclusive and consultative approaches, aiming to pinpoint both socio-economic and climate aspirations, weaving them into a vision that is genuinely owned by the country.