To contribute to the forthcoming UNFCCC’s CoP 15 negotiations at Copenhagen from a non-governmental perspective on technology transfer issues pertaining to climate change mitigation
In 2008-09, under the Norwegian Framework Agreement, a project on “Emerging Asia contribution on issues of technology for Copenhagen”, was undertaken with an overall goal of contributing to the negotiations and conclusions reached at COP15, 2009, in the context of multilateral negotiations on climate change, by putting forward a cogent and coherent set of proposals from key developing countries in Asia (viz. India, China, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia) that relate to technology transfer, which is needed to address the climate change issue.
Project Implementation: Consortium of AEI partner Institutes from five key Asian developing countries
China- Energy and Resources Institute (ERI)
India- The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
Indonesia- Instituit Technlogi Bandung (ITB)
Malaysia- Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN)
Thailand – Thailand Environmental Institute (TEI)