The sixth meeting of the Technology Executive Committee will be held from 26-28 June 2013 in Bonn, Germany.
The Technology Executive Committee recently prepared a background paper on technology roadmaps. This paper was used as an input for the expert meeting on technology roadmaps held on 25 March, 2013.More >>
All relevant COP decisions on technology may be found on TT:CLEAR, a helpful reference for the upcoming 2013 Bonn Climate Change Conference in June.More >>
The first meeting of the Advisory Board of the Climate Technology Centre and Network was held on 14-15 May 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark.More >>
The fifth meeting of the Technology Executive Committee was held on 26-27 March 2013 in Bonn, Germany.More >>
On 25 of March, the Technology Executive Committee held an expert meeting on technology road maps (TRMs), with a focus on TRMs for adaptation to climate change.More >>
Decisions at COP 18, with respect to the Technology Executive Committee and the Climate Technology Centre and Network, made the Technology Mechanism fully operational in 2012.More >>
Sixth meeting of the Technology Executive Committee on 26–28 June in Bonn
Promoting and enhancing national and international cooperative action on the development and transfer of environmentally sound technologies to developing country Parties are critical to supporting action on mitigation and adaptation.
TNAs assist in identifying and analysing priority technology needs. They can be the basis for projects using environmentally sustainable technologies (ESTs) and programmes which can facilitate the transfer of, and access to, ESTs and know-how.
The Technology Executive Committee was established to facilitate the effective implementation of the Technology Mechanism, under the guidance of the COP.
The Climate Technology Centre and Network shall facilitate a network of national, regional, sectoral and international technology networks, organizations and initiatives.
A snap-shot of technology transfer projects implemented in developing countries, as reported in the 5th National Communications of Annex II Parties.
The Caribbean Region: Regional Weather Radar Warning System
Budget: EURO 13.2 million
Donor country: European Union
Technology transferred: Weather monitoring technology, disaster risk reduction