Online Navigators help countries identify tools to turn ambitions into achievements.
Members span five regions around the world.
In-Country Dialogues and Consultations bring key stakeholders together to develop action plans.
Members include United Nations agencies and multilateral development banks.
Launched at COP22 in Marrakesh, the NDC Partnership aims to enhance cooperation so that countries have access to the technical knowledge and financial support they need to achieve large-scale climate and sustainable development goals as quickly and effectively as possible.
|Support country-driven processes||Enhance integration into national planning|
|Promote long-term climate action||Advance adaptation and mitigation|
|Enhance efficiency and responsiveness||Align development and climate change|
|Build in-country capacity||Support multi-stakeholder engagement|
|Improve coordination||Promote gender parity|
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“There is definitely demand from countries to be able to do more, but to do more they need clarity on what is possible. The NDC Partnership will serve as a platform where countries can come and tap into resources they don't have. ”
“The time for climate action is now. The intention behind the NDC Partnership is that we can best tackle climate change and support climate adaptation by pooling our strengths and our knowledge. If we try to go it alone in limiting global warming, we will fail. If we support each other in a real partnership, we will succeed. ”
“The reality is that developing countries will not reach their development goals if climate change is not addressed. We can and must work to accelerate climate and development action in tandem. That is what the NDC Partnership is all about, and that is why we are very happy to be involved. ”
“The NDC Partnership is an important and essential platform. Essential because we need to think of ways of assessing and sharing the processes and tools that will reconcile development and climate.”
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany
Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, Vietnam
Secretary of State to the Minister of Energy, Mines, and Sustainable Development, Morocco