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Interested in climate technology? Find out how technology needs assessments are accelerating climate implementation at this high-level event and exhibit:
NOV 11 @13:15 in Room 9
NOV 6-17 Bonn Zone
NOVEMBER 11, 2017 | 13:15 - 14:45 | Meeting Room 9, Bonn Zone (Rheinaue Park)
The side event highlighted success stories in implementing technology action plans and technology needs assessments by developing countries to support the implementation of the Paris Agreement. Countries presented their experiences and lessons learned in conducting these assessments and implementing the action plans. Furthermore, at the event representatives of the financial community and governments shared their experiences in supporting environmentally sound projects in developing countries.
Title: Side event on technology needs assesments
Date: 11 November 2017
Time: 13:15 - 14:45
Information for participants: Click here
Location: Meeting Room 9, Bonn Zone (Rheinaue Park), Bonn, Germany
The results of technology needs assessments may include national strategies, policies, programmes, and technology-inclusive adaptation and mitigation projects. The results may also link with nationally determined contributions and other processes under the Convention such as national adaptation plans.
The side event:
o Discussed, based on the Paris Agreement, possible roles of technology needs assessments and technology action plans in supporting the implementation of the Agreement.
o Presented the latest developments of, and lessons learned from the global technology needs assessment project.
o The project is supported by the Global Environment Facility and UN Environment.
o Showcased the role of technology needs assessments in supporting the development and implementation of nationally determined contributions and national adaptation plans.
o Highlighted concrete examples of implemented technology action plans under the global technology needs assessment project.
o Financial communities and governments shared their project support experiences.
13.15 – 13.20 / OPENING
Ms. Annela Anger-Kraavi, Vice-Chair, SBSTA
13.20 – 13.35
Mr. Vladimir Hecl, UNFCCC Secretariat
13.35 - 13.55
Ms. Sara Lærke Meltofte Trærup, UNEP DTU Partnership
14.05 - 14.05
Mr. Samba Fall, ENDA Energy, Senegal
14.05 - 14.15
Ms. Janelle Christian, Ministry of the Presidency, Guyana
14.15 - 14.25
Ms. Dina Kisby, Ministry of Environment, Jordan
14.25 - 14.35
Ms. Julia Both, NDE Germany Implementing Office
14.35 - 14.45
Ms. Katya Kuang-Idba, GEF Secretariat
NOVEMBER 6 - 17, 2017 | Bonn Zone F.17.01
Visit the exhibit of the technology needs assessment to learn about the process and outcomes. You will be able to learn more about its work in 2017 and interact with various country practicioners who will share their stories.