The COP, by its decision 1/CP.16, requested the Technology Executive Committee (TEC), as one of its functions, to recommend actions to address the barriers to technology development and transfer in order to enable enhanced action on mitigation and adaptation.
The rolling work plan of the TEC for 2012-2013 includes the organization of a thematic dialogue on enabling environments and barriers to technology development and transfer. This thematic dialogue was organised in conjunction with the third meeting of the TEC.
The TEC, at its third meeting, agreed to launch a call for inputs on ways to promote enabling environments and to address barriers to technology development and transfer, including on the role that the TEC could possibly play in this area of work.
Observer organizations accredited by the UNFCCC are invited to provide inputs on ways to promote enabling environments and to address barriers to technology development and transfer, including on the role that the TEC could possibly play in this area of work and send their inputs to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The call for inputs will be open from 18 June - 31 July 2012 (24:00 GMT). The inputs from this call will be considered at the fourth meeting of the TEC.
|20 July 2012||Mary Robinson|
|26 June 2012||World Bank|
|30 July 2012||Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands|
|31 July 2012||Business Council for Sustainable Energy|
|31 July 2012||Brookings Institution|
|31 July 2012||Climate Action Network International|
|31 July 2012||Indian Institute of Technology|
|1 August 2012||Asian Development Bank|
|1 August 2012||International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development|
|1 August 2012||Institute for Global Environment Strategies|
|1 August 2012||Third World Network|
|1 August 2012||United Nations Development Programme|
|2 August 2012||South Centre|
|6 August 2012||International Renewable Energy Agency|
|6 August 2012||Global CCS Institute|
|6 August 2012||World Business Council for Sustainable Development|
|13 August 2012||Climate Investment Funds|