Registration of government agencies
The cooperative approaches set out under the Paris Agreement give participating countries a central role. Selected activities must be recognised as suitable by the partner country and by Switzerland before a contract may be signed for the purchase of generated ITMOs by the KliK Foundation. Also, the partner country’s competent government agencies must be actively involved in order to define the relationship between an activity and the country’s national climate policy.
The government of the transferring country is involved in the process at the following stages: MAIN, MADD, and of course negotiation of a bilateral agreement.
The conclusion of a bilateral agreement between Switzerland and the partner country on crediting methods and requirements for ITMOs is a key prerequisite to secure funding from the KliK Foundation.
Government agencies enjoy a privileged status and may register directly using the form provided below. Once registered, they may submit proposals for mitigation activities (MAINs) on an ongoing basis.