Universities have a responsibility to serve the global community, to help it meet the most complex challenges facing humanity. My hope is that this Alliance, by bringing together the best minds in the world, will find a way to stem the existential threat of climate change.

Ian Jacobs UNSW Sydney President
Ian JacobsUNSW Sydney President and Vice-Chancellor

As experts in climate change, Monash University is delighted to be a founding member of the Climate Alliance. Our world-leading research in climate science is evidenced by the many ways we are already making an impact, including multiple lead authors of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reports and a strong portfolio in climate across many fields and disciplines.

President & Vice-Chancellor Margaret Gardner
Margaret Gardner ACPresident & Vice-Chancellor, Monash University

The Climate Alliance is a timely effort to increase the awareness of climate change – the greatest challenge of our lifetime. Global crises require global actions and solutions, and University of Bergen is well prepared to contribute within its priority areas climate and energy transitions, marine research and global challenges.

Prof Tore Furevik
Prof Tore FurevikDirector, Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Climate Director, University of Bergen

Climate and sustainability research is a core theme of Utrecht University and we are working on solutions for climate change and biodiversity loss. We want all students to come in contact with sustainability themes, to raise awareness and educate them in bringing future solutions.

Prof Annetje Ottow
Prof Annetje OttowVice-President, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

With the international partners in the Climate Alliance consortium we have the opportunity to further develop cross-subject offers for students on the causes, consequences and handling of climate change.

Professor Michael Schulz
Prof Michael SchulzDirector of MARUM, Center for Marine Environmental Sciences, University of Bremen

I am pleased that we are creating a network with the Climate Alliance that is strengthening climate research across the globe. The University of Bremen supports the Climate Alliance because we are able to contribute our expertise from the field of climate research to the mission to communicate the scientific findings worldwide so that science becomes even more visible.

Bernd Scholz-Reiter, president of the University of Bremen:
Bernd Scholz-ReiterPresident, University of Bremen

At this critical time for health and prosperity across the planet, it is important that we collaborate across the global divides to address the grand challenges. As a leading producer of knowledge on climate change in Africa, UCT is honoured to work with other important partners to increase the impact of the critical work we do.

Prof M. Phakeng, University of Cape Town
Prof Mamokgethi PhakengVice-Chancellor, University of Cape Town

We are proud to be a founding member of the Climate Alliance that brings together leading universities to address threats of climate change. TERI SAS is one of the few universities globally, fully dedicated to accelerating the transition to a more sustainable world in sync with its motto of ‘knowledge for sustainable development’.

Prof. Shaleen Singhal, TERI School of Advanced Studies
Prof Shaleen SinghalDean (Research and Relationships), TERI School of Advanced Studies

The universities in the Alliance are training the next generation of climate researchers. This global Alliance will provide support, collaboration, and development of these researchers that crosses boarders. Climate change is a global issue and collectively we will produce our future climate leaders.

Professor Melissa Hart, UNSW Sydney
Assoc Prof Melissa HartGraduate Director, ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes, UNSW Sydney

The University of Hong Kong supports the Climate Alliance as a vehicle for promoting research into climate change and its effects. Our climate recognises no borders and so an international effort harnessing the innovative research of our universities to tackle critical issues such as greenhouse gas emissions is needed.

Professor Matthew Evans, University of Hong Kong
Prof Matthew EvansDean of Science and Professor of Ecology, University of Hong Kong