We work with developing countries on their Technology Needs and Action Plans to achieve national Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement

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The TNA project is implemented by the United Nations Environment Programme and the UNEP DTU Partnership on behalf of the Global Environment Facility.

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  • UNEP Environment
  • GEF
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Download our brochure on stories from the Technology Needs Assessments

This publication provides a new set of success stories on how countries have used their TNAs and TAPs to advance the implementation of climate technologies.

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New publication: “From Needs to Implementation: Stories from the Technology Needs Assessments”

The 2021 publication “From Needs to Implementation: Stories from the Technology Needs Assessments” has collected the newest success stories from the TNA project across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.

November 1st, 2021

New guidebook: Indigenous Peoples and Climate Technologies

Indigenous Peoples' knowledge on climate solutions can play a critical part in climate action. A new guide shows ways to integrate and strengthen Indigenous tech in national Technology Needs Assessments.

September 27th, 2021

New guidebook: Climate Tech in an urban context

Cities account for an ever increasing part of the world's consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. New guide shows way to active participation in green tech transfer and climate action.

September 10th, 2021

Are you a Match?

New tool matches water practitioners with technology providers to help solve the world’s water challenges

June 24th, 2021


What are Technology needs Assessments? Different project stakeholders comment on the TNA process and how its results are used by countries.


Climate technologies in an urban context

This guidebook provides information on technologies for climate change mitigation and adaptation that are relevant in an urban context, specifically in relation to buildings, transportation and waste management for mitigation, and in relation to droughts, floods and heatwaves for adaptation.

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