Climate Change Networks Database
Climate Change Networks Database  

This is a collection of collaborative networks across the globe addressing climate change as a primary focus. Use the "Search" page to help you find networks of interest.

-Use multiple criteria in one search, but chose only one option per criteria.
-Click on network name to see more detail and full description.

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82 entries in all:  1  21  41  61  81 

Network nameScopeGeographic regionCentral Coordinator Location - CountryOrganization typeMitigation or Adaptation Website
1SkyNationalNorth AmericaUnited StatesNGOMitigation
Adaptation Learning
Applied SolutionsNationalNorth AmericaUSGovernmentalBoth
ASCENT - The Australian Climate-Change Education NetworkNationalAsia-PacificAustraliaNGOBoth
Asia-Pacific Network on Climate ChangeInternationalAsia-PacificJapanGovernmentalBoth
Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience NetworkInternationalAsia-PacificThailandNGOAdaptation
Australian Youth Climate CoalitionNationalAsia-PacificAustraliaNGOMitigation
Campaign Against Climate ChangeGlobalGlobalUKNGOMitigation
CAN South Asia (CANSA)InternationalAsia-PacificBangladeshMixedBoth
Canadian Youth Climate Coalition (CYCC)NationalNorth AmericaCanadaMixedMitigation
Carbon CoalitionRegionalNorth AmericaUnited StatesNGOMitigation
Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC)RegionalCentral America/South AmericaGuyana  http://www.caricom.or
Challenge to ChangeInternationalAsia-PacificUKNGOAdaptation
Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN)RegionalNorth AmericaUnited StatesMixedMitigation
China Youth Climate Action NetworkNationalAsia-PacificChinaNGO
Clean Air - Cool Planet (CA-CP) GlobalGlobalUnited StatesMixedMitigation
Climate Action Network Eastern Europe and Eurasia (CAN EEE)InternationalEuropeRomaniaNGOMitigation
Climate Action Network (CAN) International GlobalGlobalUnited StatesMixedBoth

Please note that while all networks have a diverse agenda, the "Principal focus" criteria was a judgment call as to what the dominant focus was.

If you have any suggestions, additions or corrections please send them to our email address: Click on my name at the bottom to be linked to this address. Thanks!

*Text in quotations are organization's self description that can be cited to their website.

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