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Event Private enterprises, NGOs and government for green energy and conservation: Better together?

In this seminar a selection of successful development projects and programs that promote renewable energy and the protection of conservation areas will be presented. We will review the roles played by government agencies, the private sector and NGOs.

Afterwards there will be a brainstorming session on what Belgian policymakers can do to further increase the number of success stories. How can we scale out successful projects and programs? How can we make the Belgian Development Aid more effective and sustainable? How can the interplay between private sector, government, NGOs and other actors be improved?

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Period 20/03/2018
Event location DGD, Room DR08 Karmelietenstraat/Rue des Petits Carmes 15, 1000 Brussels
Host Klimos, DGD
Event URL
Contact person Bruno Verbist



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Bruno Verbist (KULeuven – KLIMOS)


You! :  Brainstorming session with all participants


There will be ample time for questions and discussion. The seminar will be held in English, but questions and discussion in Dutch or French are very welcome.

Date, time and place: Tuesday 20 March 2018, 10:00-12:30, DGD, Karmelietenstraat, 15, 1000 Brussels.


Participation is free, but please register before 18 March 2018 by using the online form available at

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