December 3, COP28, Dubai, UAE – About 25 participants convened at a side event during COP28, delving into detailed discussions on the regulatory, technological, and developmental aspects of phasing out SF6 in developing countries.
The 2023 Climate Technology Progress Report provides the science behind successful technology transfer zooming in on urban transitions in Asia.
Today, the 2023 Climate Technology Progress Report was launched, providing invaluable insights into how we can speed up critical implementation of the technologies needed to mitigate and adapt to the climate crisis.
Vitacura, Santiago de Chile – About 30 representatives from Latin America and the Caribbean come together in the green hydrogen capacity-building programme resulting in enhanced knowledge, skills, partnerships, and networks, fortifying a foundation for sustainable and
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The small island developing state of Saint Kitts and Nevis is already experiencing some of the effects of climate variability and change, including damage caused by an increase in average atmospheric temperature, a reduction in average annual rainfall, and the potential for an increase in the intensity of tropical storms.
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In Timor-Leste, reliable access to renewable energy touches all parts of their daily life. Having solar energy means having better healthcare, better education, and it literally powers entrepreneurship and production activities in communities.
Cotonou, Benin, October 4-5 – In collaboration with the West African Development Bank (BOAD), the UN Climate Technology Centre & Network (CTCN) completed the Green Hydrogen Capacity Building Worksho
Nairobi, Kenya – The United Nations' Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) convened National Designated Entities (NDEs ) from 45 African nations for the NDE Forum on System Transformation through Climate Technology Transfer. This event, held during the UNFCCC African Climate Week (ACW) and hosted by the Government of Kenya, aimed to accelerate Africa's climate action through technology exchange and collaboration.