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National Digital Strategies and Digital Public Infrastructure for Climate Action

This event explores the transformative potential of National Digital Strategies and Digital Public Infrastructure (DPIs) for Climate Action. DPI refers to solutions and systems that empower the effective delivery of crucial society-wide functions and services in the public and private sectors. 

The panel will discuss the role of National Digital Strategies and DPIs to catalyze climate action, as well as exchange success stories that illustrate the opportunities presented by digital transformation. Furthermore, the panel will discuss the challenges of strengthening and improving DPI worldwide, including technology transfer and capacity building. The event aims at inspiring countries to develop National Digital Strategies and national DPI with a sustainability and climate focus.



  • Dirk Messner.  President, German Environment Agency &  CODES Co-Champion
  • Laura Létourneau. Advisor on Digital and Ecological Transformation, Office of the Prime Minister of France.
  • Sr. Abraão Balbino e Silva. Executive Superintendent, National Telecommunications Agency (ANATEL), Brazil. 


  • Moderator:  Tomas Lamanauskas. Deputy Secretary-General, ITU


  • Closing remarks: Amandeep Singh Gill. Secretary-General's Envoy on Technology, United Nations (online)
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December 06 - 16:30
December 06 - 17:30
Opening Day
Blue Zone

Adaptation AI Climate & Environment Collaboration Data & Tech Economic Development Energy transition Finance Gender Gender equality Health Human Rights SDGs Solutions Urbanization Youth



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