Through our Partnership, members leverage their resources and expertise to provide countries with the tools they need to implement their NDCs and combat climate change to build a better future.
In 2015, the world endorsed the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. These historic accords presented countries with an unprecedented opportunity to align the climate and sustainable development agendas to spur economic growth and improve the livelihoods of all people. Nations signal their commitments to the Paris Agreement through Nationally Determined Contributions (or NDCs) - each country's strategy to cut its own greenhouse gas emissions and build resiliency against the negative effects of a changing climate.
Countries will revise their NDCs every five years to become more ambitious to limit Earth's temperature rise and adapt to its impacts. Through our Partnership, members leverage their resources and expertise to provide countries with the tools they need to implement their NDCs and combat climate change to build a better future.
The NDC Partnership has over 200 members, including developed and developing countries in all regions of the world, as well as major international institutions and non- state actors.Learn About Our Members
Where We Work
In 2019, members of the NDC Partnership are working together to provide technical assistance and capacity building in over 50 countries.Explore Where We Work
How We Work
The NDC Partnership works directly with national governments, international institutions, civil society, researchers, and the private sector to fast-track climate and development action.Learn How We Work