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CTCN welcomes 8 new Network members

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8 new institutions joined the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) in January. 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:

  • Dar Al Omran Infrastructure & Environment (DAOIE): private sector organization, specialising in infrastructure, environment and urbanisation, Jordan
  • OneWorld Sustainable Investments (OW): sustainable development organisation focused on building social, economic, and institutional resilience in the context of climate and resource constraints, South Africa
  • Artelys: independent company specialised in optimization, decision support and modeling, France
  • Technology Transfer South South Cooperation Centre:  was launched in Beijing with approval of Ministry of Science and Technology and jointly formulated by ACCA21 and UNDP. The Centre is aiming at: establishing technology transfer platform and database to enable match-making of the demands and supplies of technology transfers, and to provide the South-South cooperation partners with suitable solutions for sustainable development technology; China
  • ProVeg e.V.: non-governmental organization, works on reducing the production and consumption of animal products by 50% and helps accelerating the shift towards more sustainable and resilient food systems ; Germany
  • ANSOFFS CONSULTING LIMITED: strategy management consulting organization offering strategic success solutions to a broad range of industry sectors including the climate change sector organizations of all nature and size in Africa; Kenya
  • Monenco Iran: private sector organization, provides engineering, consultancy and supervision services in a broad range of target markets including renewable and cogeneration and distributed generation; Iran
  • Regional Centre for Mapping of Resources for Development: inter-governmental organization, provides services that strengthen its member States and stakeholders’ capacity through generation, application and dissemination of geo-information and allied technologies for sustainable development; Kenya

Join the Network

The CTCN actively seeks Network members from all geographic regions with an array of sector experience. The membership is cost-free. Download the Network application, complete it and send to ctcn@un.org


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