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UK Partnering for Accelerated Climate Transitions (UK PACT)

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Project Data Last Updated: 29/07/2021

IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-13-ICF-0021-UKPACT

Description

UK Partnering for Accelerated Climate Transitions (UK PACT) is the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy’s (BEIS) flagship technical assistance programme and is funded via the UK’s International Climate Finance (ICF) commitment. UK PACT operates in countries with high greenhouse gas emissions that are eligible to receive Official Development Assistance (ODA) and have potential for high emissions reduction. UK PACT supports these countries to increase and implement their ambitions for emissions reductions in line with internationally agreed commitments (NDCs). UK PACT works strategically to leverage the UK’s position as a global leader in tackling climate change to provide support and share expertise, build strong relationships with other governments, and deliver transformational assistance

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