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The	Climate	Technology	Centre	and	
Network	in	the	context	of	INDCs	
Implemen;ng	INDC	in	data	and	tool-scarce	countries:		
...
CTCN MISSION
“TO STIMULATE TECHNOLOGY COOPERATION
AND ENHANCE THE DEVELOPMENT AND
TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGIES TO
DEVELOPING C...
ORIGINS OF THE CTCN
Decisions: UN Framework Convention on Climate Change
§  COP 15 (Copenhagen) 2009: agreement to establi...
CTCN FUNCTIONS
Main functions:
§  Manage requests from developing country sent by the National
Designated Entities (NDEs) ...
CTCN STRUCTURE
Core Centre co-managed by UNEP and UNIDO, backed by
our partner institutions
Main support provided through ...
CTCN CONSORTIUM
Breadth and depth of expertise and experience in:
§  Adaptation and mitigation of: Agriculture, Biodiversity,
Coastal zone...
§  Acting as the national CTCN focal point
§  Coordinating activities and services of the CTCN in the
country
§  Acting as...
NETWORK ACTIVITIES
Start up phase: knowledge transfer
§ Actively exchange information, experiences, best practices
via KMS...
Step	1	
•  Country X (via the NDE) sends a request to the CTC
Step	2	
•  CTC sends the request to the CP for interest in d...
IMPLEMENTATION PRINCIPLES
§  Funds not provided directly to countries
§  Value in range $50,000 - $250,000
§  Fast and fle...
STATUS OF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
STATUS OF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
EXAMPLES OF REQUESTS
Country	 Request	
Ghana,	Kenya,	
MauriLus,	Namibia	
Green	Cooling	Africa	IniLaLve	
Honduras	 Strength...
REQUEST FROM CHILE
Design	of	Biodiversity	Monitoring	Network	in	the	context	of	
Climate	Change
§  Development of the archi...
REQUEST FROM COTE D’IVOIRE
§  Recommendation on the logical framework
§  Revue and recommendations on the indicators
§  Re...
hQps://www.ctc-n.org/
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Presentation by Henry Neufeldt at the UN Paris COP21 side event hosted by the World Agroforestry Centre titled "Implementing INDC in data and tool scarce countries: Steps to success in Africa"

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The climate technology centre and network in the context of ind cs

  1. 1. The Climate Technology Centre and Network in the context of INDCs Implemen;ng INDC in data and tool-scarce countries: Steps to success in Africa Africa Pavilion, COP21, Paris, 5 December 2015 Henry Neufeldt, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF)
  2. 2. CTCN MISSION “TO STIMULATE TECHNOLOGY COOPERATION AND ENHANCE THE DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGIES TO DEVELOPING COUNTRY PARTIES AT THEIR REQUEST.” Parties to the UNFCCC
  3. 3. ORIGINS OF THE CTCN Decisions: UN Framework Convention on Climate Change §  COP 15 (Copenhagen) 2009: agreement to establish a “Technology Mechanism” §  COP 16 (Cancun) 2010: Technology Mechanism further elaborated (TEC and CTCN) and Technology Executive Committee created §  COP 17 (Durban) 2011: establishment of the Climate Technology Centre and Network; selection procedure for host agreed §  COP 18 (Doha) 2012 : formal selection of UNEP as host of the Centre
  4. 4. CTCN FUNCTIONS Main functions: §  Manage requests from developing country sent by the National Designated Entities (NDEs) and deliver responses §  Foster collaboration and access to information and knowledge to accelerate climate technology transfer §  Strengthen networks, partnerships and capacity building for climate technology transfer
  5. 5. CTCN STRUCTURE Core Centre co-managed by UNEP and UNIDO, backed by our partner institutions Main support provided through the Network
  6. 6. CTCN CONSORTIUM
  7. 7. Breadth and depth of expertise and experience in: §  Adaptation and mitigation of: Agriculture, Biodiversity, Coastal zones, Energy, Fisheries, Forestry, Health systems, Industry, Transport, Waste, Water §  Geographic understanding and language capabilities §  Expertise in knowledge management §  Network development and management CONSORTIUM EXPERTISE
  8. 8. §  Acting as the national CTCN focal point §  Coordinating activities and services of the CTCN in the country §  Acting as an active member of the Climate Technology Network (CTN) The success of the CTCN greatly depends on NDEs It is hoped that NDEs will mainstream climate technology issues in all national climate change-related strategies, policies, and plans and become “CLIMATE TECHNOLOGY CHAMPIONS!” NATIONAL DESIGNATED ENTITIES
  9. 9. NETWORK ACTIVITIES Start up phase: knowledge transfer § Actively exchange information, experiences, best practices via KMS § Provide expertise in training/ capacity building activities § Participate in workshops, trainings Future: technical assistance § Responding to requests § Competitive bidding via UN procurement procedure
  10. 10. Step 1 •  Country X (via the NDE) sends a request to the CTC Step 2 •  CTC sends the request to the CP for interest in developing the Response Plan Step 3 •  In collaboration with the NDE, the CPs selected develop the Response Plan Step 4 •  Response plan and budget validated and signed by NDE and CTC Step 5 •  CTC look for implementers among the CP and the Network Step 6 •  Implementation REQUEST PROCESSING 1-2 weeks 2-8 weeks 1-2 weeks months
  11. 11. IMPLEMENTATION PRINCIPLES §  Funds not provided directly to countries §  Value in range $50,000 - $250,000 §  Fast and flexible delivery of support that initiates or triggers larger scale actions
  12. 12. STATUS OF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
  13. 13. STATUS OF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
  14. 14. EXAMPLES OF REQUESTS Country Request Ghana, Kenya, MauriLus, Namibia Green Cooling Africa IniLaLve Honduras Strengthening local capaciLes at Cuyamel Omoa Protected Area Iran Technology of Photovoltaic Solar Cell Design and manufacturing Mali Reinforcement and implementaLon of clean development and adapLve acLons to climate change in rural communiLes MauriLus Assessment and idenLficaLon of technology needs and best pracLces for reducing the GHG emiUng potenLal of the energy sector Namibia TransformaLve water harvesLng plan for Namibia Syria Technology Needs Assessment for Climate Change in Syria
  15. 15. REQUEST FROM CHILE Design of Biodiversity Monitoring Network in the context of Climate Change §  Development of the architecture and conceptual design of the system §  Identification of the existing knowledge gaps §  Identification of standards and protocols §  Identification of the necessary formal institutional arrangements + logistic and operational requirements
  16. 16. REQUEST FROM COTE D’IVOIRE §  Recommendation on the logical framework §  Revue and recommendations on the indicators §  Recommendations on the data collection strategy §  Inventory of the existing platforms capable of hosting the SIE Support/Advise in the elabora;on of the Environmental Informa;on System for addressing climate change challenges in Cote d’Ivoire
  17. 17. hQps://www.ctc-n.org/

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