The ACT2025 consortium brings together seven core partners who each provide thought leadership in climate action, work closely with decision-makers in its respective region and gather disparate groups into a shared vision for urgently needed and ambitious climate action:

  • Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (Belize)
  • Centre for Climate Change and Development at AEFUNAI (Nigeria)
  • International Centre for Climate Change and Development (Bangladesh)
  • Manila Observatory (Philippines)
  • Power Shift Africa (Kenya)
  • Transforma (Colombia)
  • World Resources Institute (Global)

 

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Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre

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Contact: Mark Bynoe,  Assistant Executive Director, mbynoe@caribbeanclimate.bz

Officially opened in August 2005, the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) is mandated by the Heads of States of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) to lead the Caribbean region’s response to managing and adapting to climate change, while simultaneously serving as the main repository for regional and national climate change data and information. The CCCCC works to assist Member States to protect their climate systems for the benefit of present and future generations. The efforts of the CCCCC emphasize the need for policy-related, people-centered and partnership-oriented interventions that are impactful and help build resilience to the effects of climate change. The CCCCC has worked and is working to advance national and regional approaches in the pursuit of a risk management ethos for transformative action in the face of a changing climate.

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Centre for Climate Change and Development at AEFUNAI

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Contact: Chukwumerije Okereke, Director, okereke.chuks@gmail.com

The Centre for Climate Change and Development (CCD) is a dynamic research think-tank based at the Alex-Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu-Alike (AEFUNAI) Nigeria. The Centre operates on the mandate to cultivate local knowledge, build capacities and raise the quality of research done by Nigerian think-tanks to international standards. The Centre works to bring Nigerian academics, governments, NGOs and private sector entities together in partnerships to address the nation’s key environmental and developmental challenges. The Centre also aims to facilitate a genuine and solid relationship among international and African academics particularly, with a view to better understanding the complex challenges and opportunities related to addressing poverty and inequality in Africa through the lens of the green economy.

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International Centre for Climate Change and Development

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Contact: Prof. Saleemul Huq, Director, saleemul.huq@icccad.org

The International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD) is one of the leading research and capacity-building organisations working on climate change and development in Bangladesh. By focusing on such work in Bangladesh, ICCCAD allows international participants to gain direct knowledge of the issues in a real-world context. Through the expertise of ICCCAD and its local partners, international organisations will be exposed to relevant and grounded knowledge that can be shared and transmitted around the world for the benefit of other least-developed countriess, and their governments, donors and international NGOs.

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Manila Observatory

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Contact: Tony La Viña, Associate Director for Climate Policy and International Relations, Manila Observatory, Philippines, tonylavs@gmail.com

The Manila Observatory is a Jesuit scientific research institution with research work in the fields of atmospheric and earth science in the Philippines and the Southeast Asian region. It advocates a science-based approach to sustainable development and poverty reduction. Inspired by Ignatian spirituality, the Manila Observatory is committed to a scientific culture in its regional and global context through research excellence in environmental and pre-disaster science particularly in the areas of atmospheric studies, solid earth dynamics, instrumentation, and applied geomatics. The Manila Observatory therefore envisions itself as doing science that effectively enhances resilience through evidence-based scientific information.

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Power Shift Africa

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Contact: Mohamed Adow, Director, madow@powershiftafrica.org

Power Shift Africa (PSA) is a new think tank providing cutting- edge analysis, solution-focused policy ideas, and up-to-the-minute media engagement from an African perspective, both within the continent and internationally. PSA’s mission is to mobilise climate action in Africa, amplify African voices through increased visibility in media and public communications, and leveraging this voice internationally. Headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, PSA was founded in 2018 to drive public debate on climate and energy and amplify African climate voices. PSA does so through networking with the media to increase Africa’s engagement on climate and energy issues locally, regionally, and internationally.

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Transforma

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Contact: Maria Laura Rojas Vallejo, Executive Director, marialaura.rojas@transforma.global

Transforma is a Colombian think tank founded in 2017 which focuses on sustainable development and climate change. Transforma is underpinned by the deep conviction that the world requires a transformation for a viable world and that advancing towards this path requires to re-establish or substantially enhance environmental, social and economic conditions so that humanity and the planet can thrive. Transforma works across scales bridging international, regional (Latin America) and national coalitions and engaging public, private and civil society actors to catalyse transformative and systemic policies, politics and action. Transforma believes in the need for integral knowledge to design comprehensive responses and therefore builds on the varied expertise of former climate negotiators and public officials, economists, lawyers, social scientists, engineers, and biologists, among others.

 

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