Workshop 1 and 2 on Development, transfer and dissemination of clean and environmentally sound technologies
30 Apr 2013 - 1 May 2013
Conference room CR3, New York
Workshop 1: Technology needs of developing countries and options to address them: Focus on science and R&D capabilities

This Workshop will focus on the needs, opportunities and constraints/gaps faced by developing countries in participating in research and early stage technology development and in moving from R&D to demonstration of environmentally sound technologies.

Workshop 2: Technology needs of developing countries and options to address them: Moving from R&D to widespread adoption of environmentally sound technologies

This Workshop will focus on the needs, opportunities and constraints/gaps faced by developing countries in moving from demonstration to widespread diffusion of environmentally sound technologies. It will take a closer look at technology transfer, acquisition and adaptation issues, and at success factors for technology diffusion, adaptation and application.

Please submit your statements and additional comments to dsd@un.org in order to upload them on our website.

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Statements & Presentations

Number of statements/presentations: 18

Statements
Opening Session
H.E. Dr. Abdul Momen
Permanent Represenative of Bangladesh to the United Nations, Acting President of the General Assembly
Mr. Wu Hongbo
Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs
Presentations
Dr. Imran Habib Ahmad
Senior Program Officer (Regions), Irena
Dr. Roberto Schaeffer
PPE/COPPE/Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Mr. Claudio Huepe Minoletti
Centro de Energía y Desarrollo Sustentable, Universidad Diego Portales, Chile
Mr. Daniele Giovannucci
Committee On Sustainability Assessment (COSA)
Mr. Ephraim Nkonya
International Food Policy Research Institute
Mr. Hans R Herren
President, Millennium Institute
Mr. Jorge Rogat
UNEP Risoe Centre (URC)
Ms. Licia de Oliveira
Deputy Director, Ministry of Health, Brazil
Ms. Neth Dano
Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration, (ETC Group)
Prof. Ambuj Sagar
Vipula and Mahesh Chaturvedi Professor of Policy Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Prof. Carl J. Dahlman
Georgetown University
Closing Session
United Nations