Interact With 1000+ Participants From Over 50 Countries

Becoming a Partner

Play an integral role in building momentum for Climate Action that is required for the success of  the Paris Agreement and sustainable development by becoming a sponsoring partner, institutional partner or media partner. Sponsors and partners will have the opportunity to interact with 1000+ participants from over 50 countries both online and on-site and forge new relationships, partnerships and coalitions across a wide range of sectors and issues. Contributing to the success of World Climate Summit 2021 in Glasgow is a meaningful way to demonstrate your commitment to climate action and sustainable development.

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Sponsoring Partners 2021

Previous Partners

Previous Partners

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Partnerships:

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Bardha Kushutani

bardha.kushutani@worldclimatefoundation.org

+45 31 14 15 99

James Butler

james.butler@worldclimatefoundation.org

+44 7393 605396

Ben Decosse

ben.decosse@worldclimatefoundation.org

+45 60 51 23 95

Chiara Lo Zito

chiara.lozito@worldclimatefoundation.org

+45 31 67 52 39

Further Inquiries: 

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Contact info 

Info@worldclimatefoundation.com

Programming:

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Line Knudsen

line.knudsen@worldclimatefoundation.org

+45 25 15 01 27

Alicia Schmid

alicia.schmid@worldclimatefoundation.org

+45 31 32 86 91

​Communications:

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Derrick Sullivan 

derrick.sullivan@worldclimatefoundation.org

+45 31 67 71 84

Ted Coullet

ted.coullet@worldclimatefoundation.org

+45 31 77 21 99

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