European Climate Pact Partners are organisations committed to addressing climate change and contributing to a sustainable future. As part of the Climate Pact, they gain access to a diverse network dedicated to driving climate action and policy advancements throughout the EU.

Role of Climate Pact Partners

  • Lead by example: showcase your organisation’s dedication to the fight against climate change by taking climate and environmental action.
  • Inspire others and act as a multiplier: encourage citizens, organisations, and regional and national governments to get involved in climate action. Urge relevant stakeholders and policymakers to accelerate systemic changes.
  • Connect with others: team up with like-minded organisations, collaborate with stakeholders from across Europe and share information on EU climate policy and action.


Increase your organisation’s visibility in the area of climate action

  • Feature on the list of Partners on the Climate Pact website and gain recognition for your climate action and initiatives.
  • Share your achievements with us to showcase them via Climate Pact official communication channels (newsletter, stories, articles, etc.).
  • Share your resources and tools via the Climate Pact Knowledge Hub, a repository of materials for the Climate Pact community (e.g. good practices, success stories, tools, guides, and other capacity building materials).

Access events to contribute to climate policy discussions

  • Participate in EU and national Climate Pact events, exclusive to the community, to voice concerns, address challenges and discuss opportunities for climate action with EU policymakers and other stakeholders.

Access the Climate Pact network and resources

  • Liaise and network with other Climate Pact Partners across various sectors of society, benefitting from peer-to-peer learning opportunities, forums and discussions on how other organisations are tackling climate-related issues.
  • Cooperate with our Climate Pact Ambassadors and Country Coordinators at national and regional level.

For more information, please visit the website of the European Commission.