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
Join LEDS GP for this COP22 side event on advancing climate resilient low emission development and NDC implementation through multi-platform exchanges.
From planning to action: governance for climate compatible development in Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) cities – An event in association with Habitat 3
Join Scott Muller of the LEDS GP’s Subnational Integration Working Group and others for an interactive discussion “From planning to action: governance for climate compatible…Read more
Join the Clean Energy Solutions Center, in partnership with U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), for a webinar on DOE’s Clean Energy Investment Center.
This webinar kicks off a new UN webinar series on the state of energy access in different parts of the world, starting with countries in…Read more
The webinar will provide an overview of the Development Impact Assessment framework used to assess impacts of a set of electrification projects in Zambia.
Join the World Bank for an online course on designing and financing programs for low emissions development that go beyond a project-by-project approach.
Join the World Bank Group for this course that will strengthen the capacity of policymakers, energy planners, and climate change development practitioners
Join the Africa LEDS Partnership for a three day climate finance training programme, open to practitioners and delivered by experts from the region.
Join the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) for its low carbon microgrids toolkit development workshop in Nairobi.
Join the LEDS LAC Platform for their webinar entitled ‘Tool for estimating greenhouse gas emissions in transport-oriented development projects’
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.