The Climate Technology Network Connects Countries With Experts Worldwide

Network Member Spotlight

Country : Australia

At Social Marketing @ Griffith, we lead the way in delivering transformative change. For over a decade, we’ve challenged the status quo. We’ve developed, delivered, and evaluated behaviour change programs.

Country : Republic of Korea

THANKSCARBON aims to solve both the climate and food crises by developing technologies for agricultural sustainability. We are currently developing MRV services for climate-smart agriculture.

Country : Spain

Kairos Climate Impulse offers consultancy services in the areas of climate change and air pollution.

Country : Switzerland

PLANAIR is a consulting engineering firm under Swiss law, created in 1985, with the aim of contributing to sustainable development. PLANAIR has subsidiaries in the 5 French-speaking Swiss cantons and 2 in France.

Country : Spain

We are a Spanish-based SME specialised in combining science, information technology and human-centred design to craft elegant digital platforms and inspiring data visualisations.

Network Members form a broad community of climate technology stakeholders, including academic, finance, non-government, private sector, public sector, and research entities, as well as over 150+ National Designated Entities (CTCN national focal points selected by their countries).

Network Membership provides access to a diverse global community of climate technology users, providers and financiers under the umbrella of the UNFCCC Technology Mechanism. Through its network, the CTCN mobilises policy and technical expertise to deliver technology solutions, capacity building and implementation advice to developing countries.

Network Activities

  • Technical services: Providing technical assistance funded by the CTCN in response to developing country requests (selection conducted through a competitive bidding process among Network members)
  • Information exchange: Sharing/receiving information (data, lessons learned, reports, case studies) at CTCN events and via the CTCN’s online knowledge platform
  • Capacity building: Presenting online and in-person tutorials and workshops on your fields of expertise to peers and developing country stakeholders

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