The Climate Centre values its many partnerships. The Centre continues to work with many scientists and analysts worldwide, and has forged fruitful partnerships with many governments and agencies.
Here you will find an overview of Red Cross Societies and other organisations we work with as well as those who support us financially.
In February 2012, the Climate Centre and the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World (TWAS.org ) started a new cooperation to establish three joint fellowship programmes. A total of up to 15 fellowships will be offered per year to citizens of developing countries for linking knowledge with humanitarian work
The Climate Centre has developed a systematic way to match humanitarian needs with students offering to help (always involving adequate supervision by faculty). About two dozen young scholars have already helped national societies and IFRC zonal and regional offices, and in the process they have fulfilled their academic requirements (masters thesis, internship, coursework, etc). At least five of these young scholars are now employed by various Red Cross / Red Crescent teams in three continents, demonstrating the value of nurturing a new generation of humanitarian practitioners well versed in climate issues. Examples of student work facilitated by the Climate Centre can be found here.