ICLEI - ORU/FOGAR - CDC Climat- The °Climate Group
nrg4SD establishes partnerships with national and local governments, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), the private sector and academia.
ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability
nrg4SD and ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability work closely in complementarity towards the recognition of federated states, regions and local authorities in international negotiation processes in the field of sustainable development. This collaboration takes place in the framework of the major group dedicated to the representation of these constituencies towards instances of the United Nations such as the Framework Convention on Climate Change, the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Commission for Sustainable Development and the Rio +20 Process.
As a member of the Organisation of Regions United/FOGAR (ORU/FOGAR), nrg4SD represents ORU/FOGAR at in the field of sustainable development. In this context, nrg4SD and ORU/FOGAR organise regularly joint thematic activities in the framework of key international dates such as at the World Water Forum 2012 in Marseille, France.
Since March 2011, with a view to working together in the elaboration of Co2 compensation mechanisms with a territorial dimension, nrg4SD and CDC climat - the subsidiary of the French public bank Caisse des Dépôts created in February 2010 to develop climate action as a long-term investor - have come together in a fruitful collaboration in the framework of nrg4SD's Financing Climate Action Working Group. This collaboration was formalised in August 2011 with the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding.
The °Climate Group
Based on the share commitment to work together on climate action at subnational level and following from the frutiful informal collaboration over teh past years, in June 2011 nrg4SD and The °Climate Group (T°CG) signed a Collaboration Agreement. This collaboration agreement aims to structure the work between between both networks in areas of mutual agreement. It includes identifying areas of focus for each organisation in order to avoid duplication of efforts; optimising the geographic complementarity of both organisations in the field of capacity building for climate action, and mutually enhancing the advocacy work of both organisations in seeking international recognition of the contribution of federated states and regions in the global climate change agenda.