9 November 2020

16th CTCN Advisory Board meeting: Watch it online

Copenhagen, 9 November 2020 The Climate Technology Centre and Network is accountable to the Conference of the Parties (COP) of the UNFCCC through the CTCN Advisory Board. The Advisory Board meets twice per year and provides direction on the CTCN’s fulfillment of the COP’s guidance. The meeting will take place online. Date: 10 November [...]

7 September 2020

UNEP/DTU Webinar: Corporate sustainability reporting in context of SDG’s

Copenhagen, 7 September 2020 UNEP/DTU invites you to an online discussion on carbon markets beyond GHG mitigation on 22 September 2020, 3 – 4.15 pm (CEST). The speakers will among other things introduce the Sustainable Development Initiative and discuss corporate sustainability reporting in context of SDG indicator 12.6.1 Speakers: Introducing the Sustainable Development Initiative [...]

27 August 2020

UNEP/DTU Webinar: The development of long-term low-emission development strategies

Copenhagen, 26 August 2020 We call on parties to the Paris Agreement to formulate and communicate long-term low emission development strategies (LT-LEDS) with their national pathways for greenhouse gas emission until 2050 and beyond. These strategies are fundamental tools available for countries to envision the alignment of low-emission development with broader sustainability, socio-economic and climate [...]

21 August 2020

UNEP/DTU webinar: Lessons learned and good practices from the implementation of CBIT project in Uganda

Copenhagen, 20 August 2020  The implementation of CBIT project in Uganda began in 2018 and is now almost ending. The project has three components geared towards strengthening the capacity of Ugandan institutions to comply with the transparency requirements of the Paris Agreement, namely: strengthening institutional arrangements for robust MRV system; building capacity to collect, [...]

18 August 2020

UNEP/DTU webinar: Development of Reporting Framework for the private sector with the focus on Sustainable Development Assessment

Copenhagen, 18 August 2020 Even though the enhanced transparency framework will enter into full implementation phase by 2024, many developing countries still lack the tools, institutional and human capacity to comprehensively assess the impacts of national policies and actions. However, private sector and other non-state actions are not well reflected in national or international [...]

26 June 2020

Despite disruptions, UNICEF delivers critical life-saving supplies to over 100 countries in response to the COVID-19 pandemic

New York/Copenhagen, 26 June 2020 With the COVID-19 pandemic upending the lives of millions of children around the world, UNICEF is delivering life-saving supplies despite unprecedented transport and logistical constraints caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. “From supply shortages to transport constraints, COVID-19 has brought enormous challenges to our supply operations,” said UNICEF Executive Director [...]

16 June 2020

UN City SDG Hub Club: This week’s webinars on climate Technologies in Asia Pacific and the socio-economic consequences of COVID-19 on fefugees

Copenhagen, 15 June 2020 This week, we invite you to join us for two webinars on Climate Technologies and Technology Needs Assessments activities in Asia Pacific and The socio-economic consequences of COVID-19 on refugees across the world. On 16 June, UNEP DTU invites you to a discussion on the financial and capacity-building needs in the Asia Pacific and highlight how [...]

4 September 2019

Youth empowerment event in UN City: On our way to Nairobi

4 September 2019 - On our way to Nairobi: Empowering adolescents and youth to fulfil their rights. A consultative dialogue at UN City, Copenhagen, 9 September 2019 12:00 noon – 4:00 pm. In September, Save the Children Denmark is hosting the annual meeting of colleagues across the Save the Children International that work with youth empowerment and [...]

28 March 2019

Climate and SDGs Synergy Conference in Copenhagen 1-3 April

28 March 2019 - Experts and leaders gather in Copenhagen for a global conference that aims to link climate action and sustainable development agendas more closely What: Facing the increasing urgency to limit global temperature rise to 1.5° Celsius, global experts and leaders on climate change and sustainable development will come together at UN [...]