- More than 120 experts attended the meeting to discuss how clean technologies can help countries in achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement. Representatives from governments, NGOs and business organizations shared good practices and analyzed the challenges.
- CTA is a member of this organization since 2018, which has allowed it to access a global network of organizations against climate change.
The consultant of CTA Macarena Ureña has participated in a experts meeting of the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) held in Copenhagen (Denmark). The CTCN is a network of the United Nations (UN) to accelerate the implementation of climate technologies in developing countries. Climate technologies are aimed at combating climate change.
More than 120 climate technology experts attended the meeting, in which they discussed how clean technologies can help countries in achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate change. Representatives from governments, NGOs and business organizations shared good practices and analyzed the barriers to the deployment of these technologies.
The CTCN brings together more than 440 members from all over the world, including academic, financial, non-governmental and research entities, from both the private and public sectors. The CTCN aims to stimulate technological cooperation and facilitate the technology transfer related to climate in developing countries.
CTA has been part of the CTCN since 2018, which has facilitated access to a broad global network of users, suppliers and financial entities of technologies against climate change aligned with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (CMUCC).