KIOST is a research and academic organization in the field of science technology specializing in maritime affairs that studies on new scientific knowledge regarding the ocean. KIOST utilizes its workforce and infrastructure to promote national level official development assistance projects including a project to enhance the capacity to observe climate change in Peru. KIOST plays an important part in domestic and international cooperative networks.
Network members list and profiles
- Relation to CTCN: Network Member
- Relation to CTCN: Network Member, Knowledge Partner
IFDC, established in the USA in October 1974, is known for its expertise in soil fertility management, fertilizers and agriculture and agribusiness that service developing countries. In 1977 under the United States of America’s Presidential Executive Order No. 11977 of March 14, IFDC was declared as a public international organization (PIO).
- Country of registration: IndonesiaRelation to CTCN: Network Member
CIFOR's Climate change, energy and low-carbon development research team supports SDGs 7 (affordable and clean energy) and 13 (climate action). The team works through four linked sub-areas: adaptation, mitigation, bioenergy and forest ecosystem function. They aim to support a new development paradigm, combining effective & efficient climate actions with equitable outcomes that generate benefits-including poverty reduction, protection of local livelihoods, rights, tenure and enhancement of ecosystem services
- Country of registration: UgandaRelation to CTCN: Network MemberSector(s) of expertise: Renewable energy
United Children Integrated Development Action Uganda (UNCIDA) is a not-for-profit Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) established in 2008 and incorporated as a company limited by guarantee without Share Capital; UNCIDA works to address the root causes of poverty, injustice and discrimination with a particular focus on programs that contribute to the strengthening of local, protective environments and improved social transformation and well-being in the lives of children and their families through innovative Partnerships and by Strengthening the Voice of the poor, Marginaliz
- Country of registration: NigeriaRelation to CTCN: Network MemberSector(s) of expertise: Agriculture, Early warning and Environmental assessment, Renewable energy, Energy efficiency, Human health, Cross-sectoral
Women Environmental Programme (WEP) is a non-governmental organization formed in April 1997 by a group of women in Nigeria but registered in 2003.
WEP’s vision is a world where the lives of women and youth are positively transformed. The mission of WEP is ensuring the rights of women and youth through sustainable environmental, socio-political and economic development.
WEP’s activities center around four thematic areas: environment, peace and conflict, governance and climate change.
- Country of registration: FranceRelation to CTCN: Network MemberSector(s) of expertise: Agriculture, Renewable energy, Infrastructure and Urban planning, Water, Cross-sectoral
ACTERRA is a consultancy firm supporting climate policies and climate change adaptation strategies (public and private actors): risks and vulnerability assessment, definition of climate strategies and action plans, institutional and organizational reforms in order to provide adequate responses to the problems identified, monitoring and evaluation of policies and projects / programs, training and capacity building. ACTERRA's expertise on adaptation and resilience is based on a professional practice of more than 15 years acquired in France and abroad.
- Country of registration: CanadaRelation to CTCN: Network Member
The largest network of environmental experts in the province of Quebec, Reseau Environment is a reference of undisputed excellence, which acts as a catalyst for solutions towards a sustainable society. To achieve this, the association organizes many events destined to sharing new knowledge in the environmental industry and publishes the specialised magazine Vecteur Environment. Drawing on the expertise of its members, Reseau Environment also takes position on many issues related to its areas of activity.
- Country of registration: AustriaRelation to CTCN: Network Member
CES clean energy solutions GesmbH is a Vienna/Austria based consulting and engineering company with the objective to implement environmental, energy and energy efficiency projects in the public and the private sector.
The experts of CES cover the full range of services, from investment programme management, master planning, general studies and feasibility studies to design, tendering and construction supervision. Consultancy on municipal infrastructure operation and institutional strengthening complements the services for the public sector.
- Country of registration: GermanyRelation to CTCN: Network MemberSector(s) of expertise: Early warning and Environmental assessment, Infrastructure and Urban planning, Cross-sectoral
Adelphi is an independent think tank and public policy consultancy on climate, environment and development. We offer tailored research, consulting and dialogue services to international organizations, financial institutions, businesses and non-profits in 9 key areas: Climate, Energy, Resources, Green Economy, Sustainable Business, Green Finance, Peace and Security, International Cooperation and Urban Transformation. With a staff of 240 highly qualified and interdisciplinary experts, we have to date successfully implemented more than 1000 projects in over 150 countries.
- Country of registration: ThailandRelation to CTCN: Network MemberSector(s) of expertise:
Creagy is a purpose-driven consultancy based in Thailand focusing on clean energy, clean transport, climate change, green finance and energy transition issues. We advise public and private sectors to be more efficient & effective, to adapt to changes and to identify new opportunities in the energy and climate markets in South East Asia countries. Our team comes from a variety of academic & professional backgrounds including finance, economics, engineering, science, technology and management.
- Country of registration: NetherlandsRelation to CTCN: Network Member
In a world where 860 million people still live without light, the Signify Foundation is committed to provide sustainable access to light to underprivileged communities underserved by the power grid. These can include home lighting, institutional lighting, public lighting and lighting for emergency relief. Signify Foundation's programs are present in Africa, Latin America, Asia, among others. In a world where 860 million people still live without light, the Signify Foundation is committed to provide sustainable access to light to underprivileged communities underserved by the power grid.
- Relation to CTCN: Network Member, Knowledge PartnerSector(s) of expertise: Renewable energy, Energy efficiency, Infrastructure and Urban planning, Waste management
The Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation (“BTCF”) is a global humanitarian aid organization built on the foundation of Buddhist principles, with over 10 million volunteers and supporters across 100 countries worldwide. With missions in charity, medicine, education, and humanistic culture, BTCF’s contributions are far-reaching and diverse, ranging from disaster-proof furniture for post-disaster recovery, to the development of Green Hospitals, to high-quality products made from recycled materials, and beyond.
- Country of registration: Hong KongRelation to CTCN: Network MemberSector(s) of expertise: Renewable energy
Asia Clean Energy Partners Limited is an international firm that provides consulting and advisory services related to the energy sector. The firm works to support the acceleration of clean energy deployment, to achieve greater speed and greater scale, with a focus on markets in Asia and the Pacific.
- Relation to CTCN: Network MemberSector(s) of expertise: Early warning and Environmental assessment, Energy efficiency, Human health, Infrastructure and Urban planning, Cross-sectoral
KT believes not only creating economic value but also protecting the environment and doing its best so that our society can advance, as a responsible corporate citizen is a way to maximize its corporate value and realize a sustainable future. KT has established a vision of sustainability management for 'Global GiGAtopic' for the whole world and established long-term goals and key performance indicators - sustainable management, transparent management, talent management, and win-win management- to promote company-wide sustainable management.
- Relation to CTCN: Network Member
Korea East-West Power Co., Ltd.(hereinafter “EWP”) is one of the six subsidiaries for power generation separated from the Korea Electric Power Corporation in 2001 in accordance with the Act on the Promotion of Restructuring of the Electric Power Industry of the Government. Now its generation capacity is 9.2% of the entire domestic electricity consumption. EWP has 2,532 employees, 11,191.4MWs of installed capacity mostly composed of thermal and combined cycle powers.
- Country of registration: FranceRelation to CTCN: Network MemberSector(s) of expertise: Carbon fixation and abatement, Energy efficiency, Infrastructure and Urban planning
GBPN is a globally organised and regionally focused non-profit organisation whose mission is to help governments and the private sector work together to adopt building energy policies that decarbonise the buildings sector, reduce global warming and achieve sustainable development goals.
Our activities include capacity building for implementation, policy analysis and validation, and sharing of knowledge, data and best practices between regions. Our global network of policy experts work to adapt and support implementation of policies in local markets (India, China, S.E. Asia).
- Country of registration: GeorgiaRelation to CTCN: Network MemberSector(s) of expertise: Renewable energy, Energy efficiency, Infrastructure and Urban planning, Cross-sectoral
EECG is a member of European Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ECEEE), International Network of rganization for Promotion of Energy Technologies (OPET), World Renewable Energy Network (WREN), has been registered as an observer to the Green Climate Fund. Since 2014 EEC is a supporter of Covenant of Mayors (Covenant Supporter)
- Country of registration: ZimbabweRelation to CTCN: Network MemberSector(s) of expertise: Renewable energy, Energy efficiency, Industry, Waste management, Water, Cross-sectoral
Toxiconsol Consultancy t/a African Sustainability Consultants is a leading consulting firm which specialises in environmental sustainability. Toxiconsol Consultancy Private Limited t/a African Sustainability Consultants is a multi-disciplinary sustainability consulting firm which specializes in training and consultancy in the Field of Climate Change, Safety, Health Environmental, Quality (SHEQ) and Energy Management for industries. The firm facilitates Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) Technologies in developing and transition countries.
- Relation to CTCN: Network MemberSector(s) of expertise: Energy efficiency, Infrastructure and Urban planning, Transport, Cross-sectoral
The International Copper Association (ICA) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the sustainable
development of copper. As copper is the most efficient thermal and electrical conductor, ICA dedicates its resources to advocate for energy-efficiency and provides technical assistance to governments, standard-making bodies and others to develop energy efficient climate-friendly policy and regulatory frameworks. ICA has a long history of collaboration with UN Environment, UNDP, UNIDO, IEA.
- Country of registration: GermanyRelation to CTCN: Network Member
Scaletech is a cleantech advisory firm covering with extensive experience working for multilateral institutions, private companies and research bodies.
Our particular focus on cleantech innovation, and on the global scaling of cleantech through transfer and adoption to new locations in emerging and developing economies. We provide advisory on quantitative market research, financing options, go-to market strategies and physical redesign of aspects of the product to correspond to specific demands by users in the target market.