European Climate Foundation

For The International Climate Politics Hub

  • Amount
    $575,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    11/22/2019
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
Strategies
Overview
The European Climate Foundation plays an international leadership role in climate change mitigation. The International Climate Policy Hub will support efforts leading up to the 26th UNFCCC’s Conference of the Parties to be held in Glasgow in 2020. The Hub will support key countries in demonstrating progress, reaffirming commitments, and showing collective ambition on the global scale in order to align with the goals of the Paris Agreement. The Hub will also work to ensure NDC commitments are accompanied by Paris-compliant finance agendas, and will support activities such as workshopping best practices, and building peer-to-peer exchanges between national governments, cities, regions, investors, and businesses.
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Grants to this Grantee
for climate communications collaborations and operations  

This grant will support the European Climate Foundation’s international strategic communications work, in an effort to ensure informed and factual public discourse on the impacts of climate change and possible mitigation and solutions. Working with a wide range of partners, it plans to develop and disseminate messages to build support for clean air and clean energy. (Substrategy: Climate Communications)

for the Strategic Climate Communications Funder Advisory Unit  

This grant will support the European Climate Foundation to scope and pilot a dedicated funder advisory unit on strategic climate communications, with the aim to ensure greater insights and information sharing, coordination, and collaboration in this space. This will be a field serving capacity designed as a resource for interested donors who seek a better understanding of the climate communications space internationally.  (Substrategy: Communications)

for climate communications collaborations and operations  

This grant will support the European Climate Foundation’s international strategic communications work, in an effort to ensure informed and factual public discourse on the impacts of climate change and possible mitigation and solutions. Working with a wide range of partners, it plans to develop and disseminate messages to build support for clean air and clean energy. (Substrategy: Climate Communications)

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