NDC Partnership

The NDC Partnership develops global knowledge products to help countries achieve their NDCs, starting with the launch of an online knowledge portal that will enable countries to access information to support their national climate plans and sustainable development objectives. Launched at COP22, the NDC Funding and Initiatives Navigator provides easy access to information about public finance and other support initiatives. More tools are under development.

In 2015 the world endorsed the ambitious 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the landmark Paris Agreement to address climate change. In order to implement the commitments reflected in Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), countries must devise new approaches to overcome barriers that stand in the way of achieving these goals.

NDC Partnership: Fast, Effective and Ambitious

To achieve long-term climate-resilient, low-emission development, we must act now, act differently and act at scale.

In collaboration with its members, the Partnership will:

  1. Create and disseminate insightful knowledge products that fill information and knowledge gaps. The Partnership will raise awareness of and enhance access to NDC support initiatives, best practices, analytical tools and resources. Ongoing and emerging information on specific implementation needs will be made available through online portals as well as communities of practice or networks that generate opportunities for knowledge sharing and serve to channel knowledge flows.  Peer-to-peer learning and exchanges will enable practitioners to gain confidence in what is achievable and accelerate learning curves.
  2. Facilitate technical assistance and capacity building. The Partnership will support countries in defining processes, policies and plans needed to advance NDC implementation, facilitate access to tailored technical assistance and knowledge sharing, and foster greater collaboration to ensure that development efforts and climate action are mutually reinforcing.
  3. Facilitate enhanced financial support for NDC implementation. The Partnership will work with governments to better understand and address constraints to access bilateral and international NDC support programs.  The Partnership aims to align development finance more strongly and coherently with NDC implementation.


The Partnership will be guided by its members and assisted by a Support Unit hosted by World Resources Institute. The Partnership is initially co-chaired by the governments of Morocco and Germany.

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