CTCN welcomes 18 new network members


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Climate Technology Centre and Network

18 new institutions joined the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) in October. Through its Network, the CTCN mobilises policy and technical expertise to deliver technology solutions, capacity building and implementation advice to developing countries. The Centre also serves as a platform for Network members to share their solutions and experience via the CTCN Knowledge Portal, Network member hosted webinars, relevant trainings, networking and events such as the CTCN Regional Forums.

New Climate Technology Network members include:

  • A.R.S. Progetti S.p.A. It is a global consulting firm and think-tank, works to implement contextually relevant, innovative and sustainable solutions to complex, interconnected problems. Since its founding in 1992, the firm has developed policies, strategies, research and technical assistance on projects addressing sustainable socio-economic and physical infrastructure development, environmental and heritage conservation. ARS works with diverse stakeholders in the project communities to help them adapt and become more resilient to changing climates, while simultaneously boosting local economic growth and well-being.
  • ALLCOT AG. ALLCOT is a leader in creating tools and strategies for managing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to actively combat the climate crisis under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement and in line with the 2030 Agenda. Our services include the development of GHG emissions offsetting, measurement and the development of emission reduction strategies. Through our innovative approach, we establish creative and long-term sustainability partnerships with clients, enabling us to maintain our leading position in the sector.
  • Association of Family Forest Owners, Nepal (AFFON). It is a civil society organization, its main objective to ensure the involvement of family forest farmers to accelerate the nature based solutions to sustainably manage forest and land resources for food security, livelihoods of people and environment.
  • Beanstalk Agtech Pty Ltd. Beanstalk is an innovation agency dedicated to advancing agrifood innovation ecosystems across the Asia-Pacific. We help corporations strengthen their innovation muscle, support start-ups & SMEs to set and achieve ambitious goals, and build platforms to enhance capacity, connectivity, and outcomes for local industries. We are driven by the potential for agriculture to be the leading force for good-starting with harnessing and scaling solutions for a people-and planet-friendly future.
  • Center for Industrial and Building Energy Audits (CIBEA). The basic aim of CIBEA is to conduct Industrial and Building Energy Audits leading to Energy and Energy cost savings.
  • Cyclos. Counting on 25 years of experience, Cyclos has become one of Germany's leading independent advisory and auditing firms for waste management including extended producer responsibility(EPR), recylability assessment and mass flow verification- nowadays supporting governments, development partners and private sector institutions in advancing waste management systems all over the world.
  • DAEHAN. DAEHAN’s main business areas are bio energy, renewable energy, waste management, water management, etc. They have large networks at domestic and abroad as a collaborative institute for various activities such as feasibility study and R&D. 
  • Deloitte Touché Tohmatsu India LLP. Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP (DTTILLP) is part of the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, a UK private company limited by guarantee (“DTTL”), its network of member firms, and their related entities. It operates multiple service lines including financial advisory, consulting, risk advisory, and tax to its clients in the region. The sustainability and climate change practice is a specialised group within the firmproviding end-to-end solutions to government agencies, ministries, bilateral and multilateral donor agencies as well as private sector players. 
  • GeoKrishi Initiative. It is a blend of development practitioners and technology experts offering technology solutions to societal challenges in agriculture, disaster management, energy, finance, health sector. Pathway has been on the forefront of ground up innovation and technology infusion catalysed through public-private Partnership models.
  • GROUPE HUIT. Groupe Huit’s multidisciplinary team is a mix of urban planners, geographers, architects, experts in urban sociology, governance and projects set-up. Main activities: urban planning, socio-economic development, decentralisation and municipal development.
  • HAMERKOP Climate Impacts. HAMERKOP enables organisations to implement and support long-term impactful, equitable and measurable climate actions. As a climate change and climate finance boutique consulting and project development company, they enable organisations to implement and support long-term impactful climate actions. 
  • ICEM Asia Consulting Pte. Ltd. ICEM is an award-winning centre that assists government, private sector and communities define and implement policies and measures for ecologically sustainability. ICEM is recognized for its work on climate vulnerability assessment and adaptation, renewable energy, hydrometeorology, water governance, nature-based solutions, environmental economics, disaster risk reduction and GIS/spatial planning. 
  • Policy and Management Consulting Group (PMCG). It is an international development consulting company aiming to deliver progress to transitional and developing countries. They are building an effective synergy of local and international expertise to support partners on the path of development, bringing global vision and best relevant practices into the local environment. PMCG specializes in policy advising, institutional building and capacity development, monitoring and evaluation, infrastructure development and corporate management consulting. 
  • Sustainable Development Center Remissia. It is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization (NGO) established in 2011. It aims to promote integration of climate change issues in national planning and provide capacity building programmes at national and municipal levels, for government, public and private sector. It supports government agencies in preparation of sustainable development strategies and action plans for different sectors of economy at national and local levels, introduction of knowledge and new methodologies for sustainable management, contribution to the state-of –the –art technologies transfer process and development of indigenous know-how, and strengthening the national and local capacity building process. 
  • Sustainable Development Foundation (SDF). It was formed by a group of social activists in 2004. They have Integrated Development Approach and Formal and Non-Formal Educational expertise. SDF has qualified the Organizational Capacity Assessment Tool (OCAT) for U.S. Department of State Strengthening Civil Society Organization (CSO’s) Program. 
  • Universidad Mayor de San Andres. Universidad Mayor de San Andrés (UMSA) was created in 1830. It’s essential functions are: the generation of knowledge, interdisciplinary research, training and social interaction, through 13 faculties, 54 careers, 52 institutes and research laboratories and in 2021 management with 200 postgraduate programs. The main areas of research related to climate change are climate modeling, comprehensive management of water and soil resources, sanitation, health, agriculture, comprehensive management of forests and biodiversity.
  • Valopes. At Valopes, they compromise in democratizing their smart platform for industries and cities to monitor and manage resources such as materials & waste more efficiently. They also help to identify opportunities to transform waste into secondary raw material generating new incomes while keeping it away from landfills and avoiding the GHG emissions to the environment.
  • World Institute of Sustainable Energy. It is a not-for-profit organization established in 2004 in Pune, India, committed to the cause of promoting sustainable energy and sustainable development, with specific emphasis on issues related to renewable energy, energy security, energy efficiency, and climate change. The prime objective of WISE is influencing public policy through research, advocacy, development of action plans/roadmaps, capacity building, training and outreach activities. 

Join the Network

The CTCN actively seeks Network members from all geographic regions with an array of sector experience. The membership is cost-free. To facilitate the Network application process, the CTCN has recently launched an online Network application form.

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