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The EC-LEDS program is a collaborative, U.S. government interagency effort. Learn more about the following agencies involved, including their roles and contacts:

 

U.S. Agency for International Development

The U.S. Agency for International Development's (USAID's) role in the EC-LEDS program includes:

  • Co-managing the EC-LEDS program with the U.S. Department of State
  • Collaborating with partner country representatives
  • Facilitating interagency coordination
  • Designing and implementing work plans with partner countries
  • Supporting efforts related to the forestry and energy sectors
  • Funding and managing work streams related to transport, agriculture, and private finance mobilization
  • Providing in-country representation and leadership through the country USAID Mission.

Learn more about USAID's global climate change activities.

Contact

For more information about USAID's involvement in the EC-LEDS program, contact Collin Green.

 

U.S. Department of Agriculture

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA's) role in the EC-LEDS program includes:

  • Participating in the Interagency Country and Technical Support teams
  • Supporting efforts related to the agriculture sector.

Learn more about the USDA's climate change activities.

Contact

For more information about the USDA's involvement in the EC-LEDS program, contact Daniel Lapidus.

 

U.S. Department of Energy

The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) role in the EC-LEDS program includes:

  • Mobilizing and coordinating the Interagency Country and Technical Support teams through the U.S. National Laboratory Consortium
  • Supporting efforts related to the energy, transportation, and finance sectors.

Learn more about DOE's climate change and international activities.

Contact

For more information about DOE's involvement in the EC-LEDS program, contact Dan Bilello with the DOE National Renewable Energy Laboratory.

 

U.S. Department of State

The U.S. Department of State's role in the EC-LEDS program includes:

  • Co-managing the EC-LEDS program with USAID
  • Collaborating with partner country representatives
  • Facilitating interagency coordination
  • Supporting efforts related to the forestry and energy sectors
  • Funding and managing work streams related to transport, agriculture, and private finance mobilization
  • Providing in-country representation through the U.S. Embassy in country.

Learn more about the State Department's global climate change activities.

Contact

For more information about the State Department's involvement in the EC-LEDS program, contact Alexia Kelly.

 

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) role in the EC-LEDS program includes:

  • Participating in the Interagency Country and Technical Support teams
  • Supporting modeling and greenhouse gas inventory efforts.

Learn more about the EPA.

Contact

For more information about the EPA's involvement in the EC-LEDS program, contact Mausami Desai.

 

U.S. Forest Service

The U.S. Forest Service's (USFS's) role in the EC-LEDS program includes:

  • Mobilizing and coordinating the Interagency Country and Technical Support teams
  • Supporting efforts related to the forestry sector.

Learn more about the USFS's climate change activities domestically and internationally.

Contact

For more information about the USFS's involvement in the EC-LEDS program, contact Dana Moore.