22 Jul Why Join 2050PP?
HOW TO JOIN
To join the 2050 Pathways Platform as a member, countries should submit a letter of interest to the Platform secretariat. The secretariat will respond quickly to answer any questions and facilitate next steps. There is no financial cost to be a member of the Platform.
The 2050 Pathways Platform was launched at COP22 by high-level climate champion and architect of the Paris Agreement Laurence Tubiana. The Platform supports countries in the development of long-term, deep decarbonization strategies, as invited by Article 4.19 of the Paris Agreement.
Designed as a collective problem-solving space, the Platform facilitates the sharing of knowledge and experiences between and within countries. The Platform also provides financial and technical assistance to those countries which have identified such needs.
WHERE WE WORK
The 2050 Pathways Platform has 32 member countries worldwide, along with hundreds of cities, states and regions and businesses through our partners. We also work with other non-member countries on a case-by-case basis. You can find a full list of members here.
WHAT WE OFFER
Identifying and supporting with member countries’ specific needs, whether technical or financial and facilitating fulfillment of those needs
Network with development banks and bilateral donors in order to support development and implementation of LTS
Assistance with nationally specific issues through collaboration with relevant international experts
Facilitation of exchange between countries
Trainings and deep dives into sectors and other topics through webinars and in collaboration with other partners of the 2050 Pathways Platform
Support commissioning of analytical work around critical areas related to LTS development and implementation in order to better inform the global community
Link with international experts on deep decarbonization in order to address specific needs of countries
Communications assistance for domestic and international audience
Regular convening of members to discuss LTS development and share best practices