Global Bioenergy Partnership (GBEP)
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2005-07 Gleneagles UK
Proposed Jul 2005, Gleneagles (UK), at Summit of F-XF2036 - Group of Eight (G-8). Launched 11 May 2006, New York NY (USA), during 14th session of H-XE3104 - United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD), when Terms of Reference were signed. Registered as a CSD Partnership, 18 Jan 2007. New mandates received by subsequent G8 and F-XF5906 - Group of Twenty (G20).
Provide a forum for dialogue on effective policy frameworks, identifying ways to facilitate investment and transfer for technology; enhance collaborative project development and implementation, so as to optimize the contribution of bioenergy to sustainable development, taking account of environmental, social and economic factors; provide a framework for Partners to organize, articulate and implement targeted international research, development, deployment, demonstration and commercial activities, related to production, delivery, conversion, use and trade (local, regional or international), of bioenergy.
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Steering Committee; Technical Working Group; Working Group on Capacity Building for Sustainable Bioenergy; Task Force on Sustainability; Secretariat.
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