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
This webinar will discuss the role and importance of linking mitigation activities to national strategies and embedding them into national frameworks.
This webinar looks at the challenges women face in joining and remaining in the renewable energy sector
Register for this webinar on visualizing a pathway for complete decarbonization of the Latin American and the Caribbean (LAC) regional economy by mid-century
This webinar will provide an overview of the opportunities and challenges for biomass use for energy production in Latin America and the Caribbean.
This webinar offers a global view of how energy efficiency policies and regulations foster the development of a low carbon economy by removing inefficient products…Read more
This Forum, from CTCN, will be an occasion to strengthen the regional network of National Designated Entities (NDEs) and their relationship with other technology stakeholders.
This webinar looks at the success of Car-Free Days in India where people were encouraged to voluntarily give up their cars every Tuesday, and instead,…Read more
This webinar will explore the gender perspectives of renewable energy financing and understand where the potential is to influence financial flows for renewable energy in…Read more
This webinar will explore disaster risk reduction and risk transfer strategies for cities through insurance, from a global expert opinion and a local government view.
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.