That is Connect4Climate.
It takes everyone to make a difference
Connect4Climate is a global partnership program launched by the World Bank Group and the Italian Ministry of Environment, joined by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, that takes on climate change by promoting solutions and empowering people to act.
The Connect4Climate community connects more than 400 partners around the world including civil society groups, media networks, international organizations, academic institutions, youth groups, and the private sector.
Connect4Climate interacts with a global audience of more than a million individuals who participate on Connect4Climate's social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, Vimeo, YouTube, Flickr, LinkedIn, and Instagram.
The Challenge. Our network. Your Community.
Communicate change and accelerate real world solutions through partnerships, competitions, events, and knowledge sharing.
Take on climate change. Ending extreme poverty is impossible without tackling climate change. Now is the time to face the defining challenge of our generation.
Collaborate for impact. Forge creative partnerships to advance solutions and bring new audiences into the climate change movement. Share experiences and knowledge.
Communicate for action. Join an ever-growing community. Hear how others are taking on climate change and inspire by sharing your own stories. Contribute online and in person to grow the climate movement. Contribute by adding your voice to our community, and add your climate change content to our Connect4Climate Facebook Knowledge Group and our Facebook Student Group.
Get involved. Play your part in the global climate change movement by sharing your experiences, resources and knowledge. Have your say. Talk to us about developing innovative campaigns that will inspire, enthuse and reach new audiences.
Go social. Contribute on our blogs and post to our Facebook page. Tweet your thoughts and ideas. Taken some good pictures or video? Upload on Instagram, Vimeo or YouTube, then tag us to let us know.