International Centre for Climate Change and Development

Founding Year: 2009

Staff: 27


Saleemul Huq (Director)

The International Centre for Climate Change and Development is a research and capacity-building organisation working on climate change and development. It aims to “develop a world-class institution that is closely related to local experience, knowledge and research in one of the countries that are most affected by climate change.” By focusing on the global south, the centre “allows international participants to gain direct knowledge of the issues in a real-world context.”



International Centre for Climate Change and Development contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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