Cooperating partners

The Partnership on Transparency in the Paris Agreement cooperates with a wide range of organisations and initiatives in the areas of transparency, (I)NDCs, LEDS, and NAMAs in the organisation of workshops and events and in the elaboration, pooling and dissemination of knowledge.  Where useful, it joins forces with the NDC Partnership and the IKI-NDC-Cluster. Some of the Partnership’s most important partners include:

Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP): CCAP is an independent, nonprofit think tank working exclusively on the issues of climate and air quality policy at the local, U.S. national and international levels.

Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN): CDKN is managed by an alliance of organisations and supports decision-makers in designing and delivering climate compatible development.

Climate Analytics: Climate Analytics is a non-profit climate science and policy institute which brings together interdisciplinary expertise in the scientific and policy aspects of climate change.

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH: GIZ offers customised solutions to complex challenges in the field of international cooperation.

Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN): ECN develops new technology and conducts pioneering research in various ways into innovative solutions to facilitate the transition to sustainable energy management.

LEDS Global Partnership (LEDS GP): The LEDS GP harnesses the collective knowledge and resources of more than 160 countries, as well as international donor and technical organisations, to strengthen climate-resilient, low-emission development efforts around the world.

NAMA Partnership: The NAMA Partnership, a group of multilateral organisations, bilateral cooperation agencies and think tanks, aims to identify best practices and share knowledge to facilitate the preparation and implementation of NAMAs in developing countries.

NewClimate Institute for Climate Policy and Global Sustainability (NCI): NCI generates ideas on climate change and drives their implementation. It aims for raising ambition for action against climate change and support sustainable development through research, policy design and knowledge sharing.

NDC Support Cluster: The German Environment Ministry established the NDC Support Cluster in the framework of its International Climate Initiative (IKI) to support developing countries in a timely and comprehensive manner with the implementation of their NDCs.

NDC Partnership: The NDC Partnership is a new coalition of developed and developing countries and international institutions working together to ensure countries receive the technical and financial support they need to achieve ambitious climate and sustainable development targets as fast and effectively as possible.

Partnership for Market Readiness (PMR): The PMR is a forum for collective innovation and action and a fund to support capacity building to scale up climate change mitigation.

UNEP DTU Partnership: UNEP DTU Partnership (formerly UNEP Risø Centre (URC) is an international research and advisory institution on energy, climate and sustainable development. It is an active participant in both the planning and implementation of UNEP’s Climate Change Strategy and Energy Programme.

UNFCCC Secretariat: The secretariat is supporting intergovernmental climate change negotiations as well as an increasing number of constituted bodies that serve the process.

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP): UNDP works in nearly 170 countries and territories, helping to achieve the eradication of poverty, and the reduction of inequalities and exclusion.

Wuppertal Institut: The Wuppertal Institute undertakes research and develops models, strategies and instruments for transitions to a sustainable development at local, national and international level.

World Resources Institute (WRI): WRI is a global research organisation that spans more than 50 countries, with offices in Brazil, China, Europe, India, Indonesia, and the United States.