Oxford Climate Policy is a founding partner of the European Capacity Building Initiative (ecbi). OCP works through ecbi to provide sustained capacity building for climate change negotiators to promote a level playing field between governments in the international climate negotiations, and to build trust between developed and developing country negotiators. 


The Glasgow Ambition Cycle, developed under the aegis of the ecbi, got a crucial vote of confidence at the Dialogue, where the importance of reaching agreement on common time frames at COP26 was also acknowledged. ecbi Director Benito Müller presented on the links between common timeframes and ambition.
19 May 2021
Nouveau! Comprend désormais les lignes directrices de mise en œuvre adoptées en 2018 et les implications pour la législation et la politique nationales dans les pays en développement.
17 May 2021
Any healthy organization or process will at times consider the efficiency and relevance of how they organize their work. This is also the case for the intergovernmental process of the UNFCCC. How is the process set up to deliver on the many mandates and tasks given throughout its more than 25 years of operation? Does the beginning of the implementation era of the Paris Agreement call for process changes? There are many questions that arise from these two fundamental ones...
30 April 2021
OCP is honoured to receive a request for a strategic partnership with the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS). Amb. Diann Black-Layne (Antigua & Barbuda), Chair of AOSIS, has formally invited OCP/ecbi to work with, and support, AOSIS in the thematic area of climate change, in particular capacity building, technical assistance for implementation of the Paris Agreement and for the negotiations, the production of policy briefs, and trust building activities through programmes such as ecbi’s Fellowship Programme and seminars.
19 April 2021