Clean Technology Trade Alliance

Clean Technology Trade Alliance

Clean Technology Trade Alliance

The Clean Technology Trade Alliance (CTTA) is a non-profit trade organization, bridging the gap between buyers and sellers of clean technology worldwide. CTTA provides the connection through which members work together to identify new markets, share resources and discover new combinations of business efficiencies that create improvements in the environment.

Company details

2817 Wheaton Way, Suite 202 , Bremerton , WA 98310 USA
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Business Type:
Nonprofit organization (NPO)
Industry Type:
Environmental
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:
2009
Employees:
11-100

Building Bridges

Change does not happen at the flip of a switch; it is a journey of transition that requires many elements to succeed. It is like building a bridge over a chasm, rife with peril, but if done carefully, with intent, the right partners, communication, patience, and hard work you will get across.

CTTA can help you build the bridge by providing, good partners and many of the elements that you will need if your intent is to become more resilient and sustainable.

CTTA is not a consultancy, though we can help you develop solutions that can bring you to the best results.

We at CTTA believe that working together in coalitions is the best means to change the world, and by bringing resilient and sustainable technologies, planning, processes and education to bear on the challenges we face.

The Clean Technology Trade Alliance (CTTA) is an Agent of Coordination, a new type on organization that facilitates the paradigm shift toward resiliency and sustainability through the implementation of projects designed to solve complex problems.
The Agent of Coordination:

  • Identifies the problems/opportunities
  • Drives solution concept and validation
  • Identifies and engages Stakeholders
  • Identifies, validates and engages Agents of Change
  • Works with the coalition to identify and develop funding
  • Facilitates the development of coalitions and partnerships that will develop and maintain resilient, sustainable outcomes
  • Coordinated the efforts throughout the project and beyond

CTTA is about building the bridges we need to create a resilient and sustainable future, starting toda

One of the first challenges that needs to be addressed when building coalitions are preconceived concepts of relationships and communication. In fact, this single issue is the largest hurdle to overcome and it needs to be addressed before the tools are developed that the coalitions will use to solve complex problems.

The primary reason that coalitions are key to overcoming challenges and creating a resilient and sustainable future is the breadth of skills, thought, input, leverage, and connections that are brought to the table. All of these elements create synergies that make the once imponderable, possible.

To create these coalitions requires an Agent of Coordination, otherwise the process of change could look like the industrial revolution, which while wildly effective took 200 years to develop.

A Broad Based Coalition:

  • Provides leverage
  • Promotes unity
  • Increases both human and financial resources
  • Creates opportunities and synergy
  • Improves decision making
  • Develops transparent environment
  • Builds a foundation for resiliency

The Clean Technology Trade Alliance (CTTA) is an Agent of Coordination, a new type on organization that facilitates the paradigm shift toward resiliency and sustainability through the implementation of projects designed to solve complex problems.

The Agent of Coordination:

  • Identifies the problems/opportunities
  • Drives solution concept and validation
  • Identifies and engages Stakeholders
  • Identifies, validates and engages Agents of Change
  • Facilitates the development of coalitions and partnerships that will develop and maintain resilient, sustainable outcomes
  • Coordinated the efforts throughout the project and beyond