As a climate delegation, we work closely with a number of organisations. This is done on a project basis or in a regular exchange that goes beyond individual projects and concerns. All cooperations are based on mutual trust as well as common values and goals.
Our Advisory Board
Climate delegation e.V. emerges from a working group of the Youth Alliance Zukunftsenergie, an alliance of the major youth environmental associations in Germany. This alliance no longer exists in this form. In 2019, the active volunteer members of the working group founded the now independent association Klimadelegation e.V. The members remain connected to the former sponsoring associations through a specially established advisory board to this day. Members of the advisory board are the BUND Youth, the KLJB Catholic Land Youth Movement, the NAJU Nature Conservation Youth in the NABU and the NFJD Nature Friends Youth of Germany.
Membership of the Climate Alliance
Since our foundation in 2019, we have been a member of the Climate Alliance Germany, a broad social alliance for climate protection. With more than 130 member organisations from the fields of environment, church, development, education, culture, health, consumer protection, youth and trade unions, the Climate Alliance is committed to an ambitious climate policy and a successful energy transition at local, national, European and international level. All its affiliates together represent around 25 million people.
Foundation for the Rights of Future Generations
The Foundation for the Rights of Future Generations (SRzG, Foundation for Generational Justice) is an advoctorial think tank at the interface between science and politics. It is considered to be the “best-known extra-parliamentary think tank on intergenerational justice” (Economic Week). With the SRzG, Klimadelegation e.V. has a long-standing friendship and cooperation. We work closely together at the UN climate conferences and intersessionals as well as in projects. For example, we organized the Youth Exchange #GerFiji funded by the Federal Ministry for the Environment together with SRzG and Project Survival Pacific Youth from Fiji.