Side Event at COP 23

Development and transfer of technologies
Supporting the implementation of Technology Action Plans

In November 2017, UNEP DTU Partnership co-organised with the UNFCCC Secretariat, a side event during COP 23 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.


Opening – Supporting the implementation of Technology Action Plans
Ms. Annela Anger-Kraavi
Vice chair of the SBSTA

Lessons learned from, the TNA process under the global Technology Needs Assessment (TNA) project, Role of the TNAs in the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs)

Ms. Sara Traerup
Senior Climate Change Adaptation Expert,
UNEP DTU Partnership

Implementation of TAP: ENDA’s technical support of TNA, guidance & examples
Mr. Samba Fall
Project officer
ENDA Energy, Senegal

Experiences and lessons learned from TAP identification in Guyana
Mr. Janelle Christian
Head, Office of Climate Change
Ministry of the Presidency, Guyana

Experiences and lessons learned from TAP identification in Jordan

Ms. Dina Y. Kisbi
Director of Climate Change Directorate
Ministry of Environment, Jordan

Technology transfer related experiences and lessons learned by NDE Germany
Mr. Julia Both
Project officer
NDE Germany, Implementing office

Overview on GEF support for TNA, lessons learned from the global TNA project, technology elements in GEF-7

Ms. Katya Kuang-Idba
Climate Change Specialist
Global Environment Facility

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16 JUNE 2019