This Technology Transfer Advances Jordans's
- Nationally Determined Contribution to "Develop the National Strategy and Action Plan for Transitioning towards the Green Economy in Jordan 2016-2025"
Clima Capital Partners is a boutique climate finance advisory firm dedicated to accelerating climate change mitigation and adaptation across the real and financial sectors by removing barriers to investment in low-carbon development and climate resilience in developing countries. Clima has over 20 years of experience designing climate funds for public and private sector operations and technical assistance facilities focused on capacity-building, market development and institutional arrangement.
ODI is an independent, global think tank that has been working across the development and environment spectrum for over 60 years. ODI uses a multidisciplinary approach to integrate its expertise in the areas of climate risk, humanitarian, social, economic and environmental issues to inspire and inform policy and practice.
Cadmus provides professional consulting services in order to help non-governmental, private and public sector organizations around the world achieve their goals and create social and economic value for present and future generations. Within the framework of its projects, Cadmus Group delivers customized solutions to their clients in the filed of energy, homeland security, all-hazard preparedness, natural and built environments, sustainable transportation, public health and international development.
PEGASYS, founded in 1999 is a specialist management and strategy consulting group with an international presence in policy-legal, economic, institutional, governance, and financial expertise, particularly in the African climate change, natural resources, and public infrastructure sectors. Pegasys specialises in helping international development partners and national governments deliver technical assistance programs and establish effective financing mechanisms to promote climate resilience.
Water Services Trust Fund (WSTF) through the National Designated Entity (NDE), Kenya Industrial Research and Development Institute (KIRDI), requested support from the Climate Technology Center Network to catalyse low cost technologies for sustainable water service delivery in Northern Kenya. The objective of the technical assistance is to analyse the technical, economic and social poten
2017 Global Climate Law and Governance Essay Competition is held by the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law, the McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law, the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law at the University of Cambridge, the Faculty of Law University of Nairobi, the CR2 at the University of Chile, the Ateneo School of Governance in Manila and others, and is supported by the partners of Climate Law and Governance Day (CLGD) 2017.
In addition to its national economic development policies, the Republic of Guinea has put together a series of policies to improve people's resilience in the face of the harmful effects of climate change. Implementation of project ideas and strategies for adapting to climate change is, however, still limited due to lack of experience in developing "bankable" projects that can attract financing by climate donors.
The increases in global investment that are needed to remain below a global temperature rise of 2 °C are estimated to be of the order of several hundred billion United States dollars (USD) annually between 2010 and 2029 for low-emission power generation technologies and energy efficiency in the buildings, transport and industry sectors (IPCC, 2014). A further USD 28–67 billion per annum is estimated to be needed as additional investment to adapt to climate change in developing countries (UNFCCC, 2008).