What is the CCPI?

The Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI), published annually since 2005, is an independent monitoring tool for tracking countries’ climate protection performance. It increases transparency in national and international climate policy and enables comparison of individual countries’ climate protection efforts and progress.

The CCPI indicates the climate mitigation efforts of 59 countries and the EU, which collectively account for over 90% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Results are compiled with the aid of 400 national experts evaluating their countries’ most recent national and international climate policies.

The CCPI is distributed to key media worldwide (e.g. The Guardian, China Daily, The Times of India) and frequently triggers debates in national parliaments and governments.
The Paris Agreement is now entering a crucial phase of national and regional implementation. The CCPI provides long-standing and reliable analysis conducted on the leaders and laggards in climate protection. This makes it usable as a powerful instrument to hold governments accountable for their responsibility to act on the climate crisis, to inform the process of raising climate ambition, and to stimulate a race to the top in climate action.

CCPI Team

Jan Burck
Germanwatch e.V.

Function

Senior Advisor
Low-Carbon Strategies & Energy

Phone

+49(0) 228 60492-21

Address

Germanwatch e.V.
Kaiserstr. 201
53113 Bonn, Germany

Thea Uhlich
Germanwatch e.V.

Function

Policy Advisor
Low-Carbon Strategies & Energy

Phone

+49(0) 228 60492-61

Address

Germanwatch e.V.
Kaiserstr. 201
53113 Bonn, Germany

Prof. Dr. Niklas Hoehne
NewClimate Institute

Address

NewClimate Institute
Waidmarkt 11a
50676 Cologne, Germany

Leonardo Nascimento
NewClimate Institute

Function

Climate Policy Analyst

Address

Schönhauser Allee 10-11
10119 Berlin, Germany

Jamie Wong
NewClimate Institute

Function

Climate Policy Analyst

Address

NewClimate Insitute
Schönhauser Allee 10-11
10119 Berlin, Germany

Stephan Singer
CAN – Climate Action Network International

Phone

+961.1.447192

Address

CAN – Climate Action Network International
P.O.Box: 14-5472
Beirut, Lebanon

PRESS CONTACT:
Katarina Heidrich
Germanwatch e.V.

Function

Function: Press Officer

Phone

+49(0)151/74296818

Address

Germanwatch e.V.
Kaiserstr. 201
53113 Bonn, Germany

PRESS CONTACT:
Stefan Küper
Germanwatch e.V.

Function

Function: Press Officer

Phone

+49(0)228 60 492-23

Address

Germanwatch e.V.
Kaiserstr. 201
53113 Bonn, Germany

Monica Tavares
Germanwatch e.V.

Function

Volunteer at Germanwatch 2022/2023

Phone

+49 (0)228 / 60 492-30

Address

Germanwatch e.V.
Dr.Werner-Schuster-Haus
Kaiserstr. 201
53113 Bonn, Germany

Consortium

Germanwatch e.V.

Following the motto “Observing, Analysing, Acting”, Germanwatch has been actively promoting global equity and the preservation of livelihoods since 1991. In doing so, we focus on the politics and economics of the North and their worldwide consequences. The situation of marginalised people in the South is the starting point of our work. Together with our members and supporters as well as with other actors in civil society, we intend to represent a strong lobby for sustainable development. We attempt to approach our goals by advocating for the prevention of dangerous climate change, for food security, and compliance of companies with human rights. Germanwatch is taking action in manifold ways. E.g. since 2015 we’re supporting Peruvian farmer Saúl Luciano Lliuya with a lawsuit against the power company RWE.

www.germanwatch.org

NewClimate Institute

NewClimate Institute is a non-profit institute established in 2014. NewClimate Institute supports research and implementation of action against climate change around the globe, covering the topics international climate negotiations, tracking climate action, climate and development, climate finance and carbon market mechanisms. NewClimate Institute aims at connecting up-to-date research with the real world decision making processes.

www.newclimate.org

Funding-Source and Partner

Supporting Partner

Become a partner

To maximize the CCPI’s impact, we need to secure independent funding and are looking forward to collaborating with new partners. If you are interested in joining this exciting and high-impact project, please get in touch.

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