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Request for Quotations 19UK5621Q0071 – Provision of an Online Event Platform Package

The U.S. Embassy London is currently seeking quotations for the Provision of an Online Event Platform Package to support a 3-hour virtual networking event in September 2021. Technical requirements will include: Provision of bespoke virtual networking tool and space for 100+ participants, with branding possibility Access to be limited to paid participants only Technical platform ...
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Request for Quotations 19UK5621Q0069 – Provision of Audio-Visual Equipment/Staging/Production

The U.S. Embassy London is currently seeking quotations for the Provision of audio-visual equipment/staging/production and onsite technical personal to support a full day event in London in September 2021 comprising 5 moderated panel discussions in a dedicated auditorium with a platform stage for the panel and theater style seating for approximately 150 attendees. Set-up and ...
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Major democracies launch values-based infrastructure partnership

The United States and other major democracies will support infrastructure projects that provide sustainable benefits for developing countries. The Build Back Better World (B3W) Partnership, announced at the Group of Seven (G7) conference in June, seeks to address the $40 trillion infrastructure gap in the developing world and to advance economic recovery after the COVID-19 ...
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Special Presidential Envoy for Climate Kerry to Travel to the United Kingdom and Italy

JULY 16, 2021 Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry will travel to London, United Kingdom from July 20 to July 21, 2021. While in London, he will deliver remarks on the urgency of global climate action on Tuesday, July 20, at 3:00 p.m. BST at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.  The event will be live-streamed at  https://www.chathamhouse.org/ .  Media wishing to request accreditation and participate in person should ...
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U.S. governments large and small go green

In the United States, governments are addressing climate change, from local to federal and everywhere in between. “The United States isn’t waiting,” said President Biden on April 22 during the Virtual Leaders Summit on Climate opening session. “We are resolving to take action — [not only the] federal government, but our cities and our states ...
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