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CTCN publications

CTCN publications

  • Adaptation Bulletin 3: Asia Pacific Adaptation Network (APAN) Submission

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    The mission of APAN is to build climate change resilient and sustainable human systems, ecosystems and economies through the mobilisation of knowledge, enhanced institutional capacity and informed decision making‐processes, and facilitated access to finance and technologies.

  • Municipal Solid Waste for RDF production for cement industry in Mozambique- Feasibility study

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    This report will deliver a technical desk study with focus on the potential production of Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) from MSW from unsorted waste in Maputo and Matola, the quality specifications, as well as the RDF production flow. Furthermore, this report will describe the technical requirements that need to be fulfilled by CdM, in order to be ready for using RDF as fuel for its processes.

  • 2019 CTCN Progress Report

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    Demand for the services of the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) reached a record high in 2019. The CTCN reported that requests for technology assistance submitted by developing countries increased 240% over the last 12-month period. Taking into account that requests were often submitted jointly by several countries at once, the growth in demand for technology support can be considered even higher. In its 2019 CTCN Progress Report, the CTCN presents trends in technology demand as countries around the world scale up their climate change efforts.

  • 2018 CTCN Progress Report

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    In its Five Year Progress Report, the CTCN announces that 137 technology solutions have been delivered or are under way in 79 countries. 2,500 people have been trained and over 10 million tonnes of CO₂eq are expected to be reduced per year with the completion of the mitigation-related projects.   

    With an original investment of $40 million USD, the CTCN’s technical assistance has leveraged $670 million USD in anticipated funding for developing countries’ technology implementation.

    To access the Report, please click the link under Document above.