Cambodia Investment Review
Cambodia Climate Change Summit 2022 has officially opened registration #CCCS22, the second annual summit will be hosted by the Ministry of Environment in partnership with the Mekong Future Initiative (MFI) with headline sponsorship from USAID.
The event will be held in Siem Reap from 18 through 19 October 2022 at the Borei Angkor Resort & Hotel. CCCS22 will highlight the Kingdom’s progress toward climate-related issues with the themes of Sustainability and Collaboration, initiatives where the public sector, private sector, and civil society are working together to develop innovative strategies for dealing with climate change.
The CCCS22 Youth Summit will take place on 19 October, and is organized by a youth committee comprised of youth advocates from Impact Hub, Asian Vision Institute, Khmeng Prey (Oxfam), and Cambodia Green Futures (USAID Cambodia).
Official event sponsors
Official event sponsors are Forte Insurance, Heineken, Oxfam Cambodia & Smart Axiata. Event partners include The American Embassy, The Australian Embassy, The British Embassy, BritCham, YEAC, and iDE Globe.
Event attendance is free of charge and is open to professionals from the private and public sectors, development partners, donors, and NGOs with portfolios related to climate change. Interested parties should submit registration applications at https://cccs22.org/register/
The CCCS22 Exhibition will include over 20 booths showcasing local Sustainable Solutions & Projects and is open to the public on 18 October from 12:00PM – 3:00PM at Borei Angkor’s main ballroom. No advance registration is required to visit the exhibition hall.
The event will be attended and covered by Cambodia Investment Review’s business reporters and the publication will publish two feature articles from both days of the event.
Cambodia Climate Change Summit 2021
Last year was the inaugural CCC21 summit that brought together a host of climate change experts, business leaders, and the public sector to take positive action against the impacts of climate change and showcase Cambodia’s vision for a sustainable future.
The summit was broadcast live from the Raffles Le Royal hotel – where participants could join the summit streamed live here via Facebook.
To read more about the CCCS21 summit click here.
The first, Collaboration, emphasized the urgency of both the public and private sectors working in concert with civil society to develop new strategies toward fulfilling national commitments to achieving the targets set in the Paris Agreement framework.