The Climate Technology Centre welcomed Cirklo from Mexico as its 500th Network member. Cirklo joins a global group of technology experts from civil society, the private sector and research institutions dedicated to technology transfer.
"We are honored to be the 500th member of the CTCN. It represents the number of people and organizations in the world eager to push systemic changes, that have realized that no-one can do it alone. Big changes call for stronger interconnectedness. More than ever we need to put our planet first if we want our humanity and economy to thrive. As the CTCN member, we look forward to receiving information and updates of experiments and initiatives of organizations around the world, share data, exchange knowledge and best practices, and collaborate to develop projects focused on the protection and regeneration of the bio-diversity of our planet”, says Marcela Izaguirre, Senior Srategist of Innovation, Cirklo.
CTCN brings together a diverse global community of climate technology decision makers, suppliers and financiers to identify barriers to technology transfer, exchange technology experience, and provide technical assistance and capacity building to developing countries. Over the past year, Network members participated in CTCN Regional Forums, hosted CTCN technology webinars, disseminated their research and case studies via CTCN’s Knowledge Platform, and were selected by CTCN to deliver technical assistance at the request of countries.
Cirklo is the leading innovation consultancy for business and social impact transformation in Mexico. Founded in 2012, Cirklo runs projects that will lead to a new economy by boosting business through sustainable development innovation. Seven years of experience and more than 200 projects, Cirklo's services cover innovation management, social impact strategies, organizational wellbeing, innovation for products and services, and strategic alignment. Cirklo also delivers personalized services related to the circular economy, quality education, inclusive development and sustainable communities.
The Climate Technology Centre reviews applications based on applicants’ experience in climate technology policy, capacity building, knowledge sharing and/or implementation. Network membership is free.
Approved Network Members are eligible to bid for CTCN technical assistance work which is provided at the request of developing countries.