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In-session workshop on technology needs assessments

During the 7th meeting of the Technology Executive Committee (TEC), an in-session workshop on technology needs assessments (TNAs) will be held on 6 September 2013 (14.00-19.00 local Bonn time) at the Hilton Hotel, Bonn, Germany. Observers not physically present in the room are invited to participate virtually with the help of the live webcast and Twitter.

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Objective

The overall objective of the workshop is to share experiences and lessons learned from the TNA process between various stakeholders with a view to supporting action on mitigation and adaptation. In particular, the in-session workshop aims to address the following questions:

  • What are the experiences and lessons learned from the TNA process?
  • What are the specific needs and practical actions that could assist countries in implementing the results of TNAs?
  • How can the TNA process be linked to other planning tools under the Convention?

Participating in the in-session workshop via Twitter

Viewers can participate via Twitter by using the hashtag #climatetech to keep track of discussion. To ask the panel of experts a question or leave a comment, viewers may use the same hashtag in their Twitter posts and can also send their questions or comments to @UN_climatetalks. The entire event will be available on webcast.

Specifically the panel of experts will respond to questions and comments at:

  • 14.50 - 15.00 local Bonn time (question and answer session);
  • 16.00 - 16.15 local Bonn time (question and answer session);
  • 17.30 - 17.45 local Bonn time (question and answer session);
  • 17.45 - 18.45 local Bonn time (general discussion).

Presentations

Tweets on the in-session workshop and TEC 7

Tweets about "#climatetech"