GCAP works on a set of different themes, both globally and locally. The Working Groups are our platforms for engaging decision makers, practitioners and researchers on the global level, and advising communities of practice at the local level. There are currently five Working Groups, each managing a number of communities of practice. Learn more about our Working Groups on the separate pages linked below!
The GCAP Working Groups
COP21 event: Enabling a transition to green growth and low carbon development through public and private investment
The Ministry of Planning and Investment and Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of Vietnam in collaboration with the LEDS Global Partnership would like to…Read more
We are delighted to invite you to the following LEDS GP and LEDS Asia-sponsored events at UNFCCC COP21 in Paris, France; free to all delegates…Read more
The presentation will discuss the role of different strategies to mitigate emissions from the transport sector, focussing on different types of fuels and relevant technologies…Read more
This webinar explains and demonstrates how PoolParty Semantic Suite can be used for information and data management solutions in sustainable development.
RETScreen clean energy management software helps businesses and governments make cleaner energy decisions. In this webinar, the software’s creator shares how it can be used…Read more
Full system accounting of energy efficiency in buildings: A Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) webinar
This webinar will provide an insight into how building policy is shaping at the EU level to address both heat supply and demand.
The goal of this webinar is to explain how the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)’s statistical system…Read more
LEDS GP has been rebranded as the Global Climate Action Partnership (GCAP)
After a decade of advancing climate planning and implementation processes powered by collaboration and peer learning across brilliant members across the world, the LEDS GP was rebranded as the Global Climate Action Partnership (GCAP). As part of this rebranding effort, we redefined our strategic approach to emphasize supporting country-driven implementation actions to achieve resilient, just, and inclusive low emission and net zero economies. GCAP will also strengthen the role that developing countries play in driving partnership priorities and programs, including the establishment of a developing country council of climate leaders.