Under the Paris Agreement, partner countries jointly develop mitigation activities to raise their ambition in fighting climate change.
The KliK Foundation cooperates closely with government agencies in various countries to identify suitable mitigation activities. Under the Paris Agreement, these agencies are given a central role in defining and implementing activities.
Emission reductions can only be counted toward Switzerland’s climate target if a mitigation activity supplements a country’s own mitigation efforts and therefore enables raised ambition. This determination is carried out by involved government agencies. A bilateral agreement provides the precondition for ensuring the integrity of supported mitigation activities.
|Government agency||Countries of Activity|
|Climate Change Management Department||Zimbabwe|
|Ministry of Local Affairs and Environment||Tunesia|