Partners

Effective long-term partnerships underpin GGGI’s efforts to accelerate the transition to a model of green growth nationally, regionally, and globally.

GGGI partners with Members and partner governments in the process of accession to GGGI through embedded technical advisors to achieve their national goals as well as international commitments to the Paris Climate Agreement and 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development. GGGI partners with non-government organizations, including the private sector, to share knowledge, resources, risks, and results to deliver innovative solutions that respond to the needs of Member and partner governments.

GGGI's Members and Partners

Membership to GGGI is open to any member state of the United Nations or regional integration organization that subscribes to the objectives of the Institute. GGGI currently has 36 Members.

Our Members

Angola

Australia

Burkina Faso

Cambodia

Costa Rica

Denmark

Ecuador

Ethiopia

Fiji

Guyana

Hungary

Indonesia

Jordan

Kiribati

Korea, Rep of

Lao PDR

Mexico

Mongolia

Norway

OECS

PNG

Paraguay

Peru

Philippines

Qatar

Rwanda

Senegal

Sri Lanka

Thailand

Tonga

UAE

Uganda

UK

Uzbekistan

Vanuatu

Viet Nam

Download information on dates of accession and Contributing and Participating Members.

Our Partners

Chile

China

Colombia

Comoros

Côte d’Ivoire

European Union

India

Kazakhstan

Madagascar

Morocco

Mozambique

Myanmar

Nepal

Pakistan

Sudan

Togo

Tunisia

Turkmenistan

Zambia

Accession and Membership to GGGI

Membership to GGGI is open to Member States of the United Nations and Regional Integration Organizations that are committed to the mission of GGGI. Read more about the process for accession.

Our Knowledge and Delivery Partners

GGGI collaborates with a range of international and non-government organizations to bring about a policy shift towards green growth, support increased green investment opportunities, and facilitate knowledge sharing. By working with knowledge and delivery partners, GGGI can leverage different knowledge basis and approaches, develop innovative solutions to better respond to the needs of Member and partner governments, and stimulate sustained learning and development of knowledge and experience on green growth. GGGI’s knowledge and delivery partnerships are supported by various instruments, including memoranda of understanding and exchange of letters.

African Development Bank
AfricaGreen Co
African Union
APEC Climate Center
Asian Development Bank
Cheju Halla University
Coalitions for Urban Transitions
Consultative Group for International Agricultural Research
C40 Cities for Climate Leadership
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH
Ethiopian Development Research Institute
Global Alliance on Health and Pollution
Global Peatlands Initiative
Green Climate Fund
Green Economy Coalition
Green Technology Center
Hanhwa Q Cells
Inter-American Development Bank
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate change
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
International Network for Bamboo and Rattan
International Renewable Energy Agency
International Union for Conservation of Nature
KAIST Graduate School of Green Growth
Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements
Korea University
MAVA Foundation
NDC Partnership
New Climate Economy
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development
Pacific Islands Development Forum
Partnering for Green Growth and Global Goals
SE4All Global Industrial Energy Efficiency Accelerator Steering Group  
Sustainable Infrastructure Foundation
startAD
UN Environment
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Secretariat
United Nations Economic Commission for Africa
United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and Caribbean
United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia
University of Delaware
World Bank
World Resources Institute
World Wide Fund for Nature

Our Resource Partners

GGGI’s operations are funded by voluntary contributions from Members and partner governments/organizations. This includes core (unrestricted) funding as well as program specific earmarked (restricted) funding. Annual amount of core and earmarked contributions received and the use of contributions is published annually through GGGI’s externally audited financial statements. GGGI also reports information regarding its operations through the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI).

 

GGGI's Partnership Team

GGGI’s Partnership Unit

The Partnership Unit drives organization-wide efforts to develop and leverage relationships with resource and delivery knowledge partners to deliver the organizations mission. The Unit coordinates resource mobilization efforts, membership expansion and outreach to prospective member countries, as well as partnerships with other international organizations, foundations and private sector. 

James Sheppard

Head of Partnerships