KliK Foundation identifies, develops and funds innovative mitigation activities
in partner countries.
Mitigation activities implemented under the Paris Agreement must supplement the efforts of partner countries and serve to raise their ambition in fighting climate change. To this end, mitigation activities must be carefully selected as well as designed and developed in cooperation with partner countries to meet local needs.
Key criteria include safeguarding human rights, fostering sustainable development and ensuring environmental integrity. A bilateral agreement ensures that these requirements are binding.
Over the course of the KliK Foundation’s procurement process, activities go through various stages, from proposal to concept to implementation. The KliK Foundation’s financial support is conditional on the conclusion of a bilateral agreement.
11 mitigation activity proposals (MAINs) are currently being edited by applicants to answer objections raised by the KliK Foundation.
The following activities have been already selected by the Foundation for further development and are being worked on. Another three proposals have been selected by the Foundation on principle and will appear in the list only once relevant partner countries have given their official approval.
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