European Climate Pact Ambassador Program

European Climate Pact Ambassador Program invites application from qualified candidates who has zeal to inspire and support climate policy and action in their communities and networks.


To qualify as a Pact Ambassador, you must meet the requirements below. If you do not meet them, you are welcome to become a ‘Friend of the European Climate Pact’

  • Lead by example: showcase your dedication to the fight against climate change by taking climate and environmental action.
  • Inspire others: encourage citizens, organizations, and regional and national governments to get involved in climate action. Urge relevant stakeholders and policymakers to deploy ambitious measures and mechanisms to accelerate systemic changes.
  • Connect with others: team up with like-minded individuals, collaborate with stakeholders from across Europe and share information on EU climate policy and action.

To get a better idea of what our Climate Pact Ambassadors do, read three Ambassador stories in our article.

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What European Climate Pact Ambassador Program is all about.

European Climate Pact Ambassador Program is organized by the EEAS, or the European External Action Service, serves as the diplomatic arm of the European Union. Its primary mission is to assist the EU’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy in implementing the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the Union. A crucial facet of the EEAS’s role involves close collaboration with the foreign and defense ministries of EU member states, as well as other EU institutions like the European Commission, Council, and Parliament.

Furthermore, it maintains robust working ties with international organizations such as the United Nations and other global entities. Pact Ambassadors act in their personal or professional capacity as representatives of a community or organisation, not on behalf of the European Commission. Being a Pact Ambassador does not involve organisational or financial support from the European Commission. Pact Ambassadors are selected based on their compliance with the Pact’s objectives and values and according to the progress of activities, such as ensuring proportionate representation across all Member States.

Program Overview

Level:College students.
Minimum Age:None.
Required GPA:None.
Eligibility Country:Usa.
Gender:All genders.
Scholarship Deadline:October 15, 2023.


Requirements for European Climate Pact Ambassador Program

This set of people are qualified for this program.

  • Leaders of organisations or associations
  • Community leaders, leaders of informal groups or movements
  • Mayors, parliamentarians, policymakers or other public office holders
  • Representatives of cultural, educational or research institutions
  • Influencers, opinion leaders

As a Pact Ambassador, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Be a resident of an EU Member State.
  • Make a climate action commitment as a Pact Ambassador, indicating at least three concrete actions you will undertake throughout the year:
    • It could involve interaction with a community-level group (e.g. school, community association, youth association, business network, peer network) or consist of a communication activity on a local, national, or international communication channel.
    • Examples of actions include giving a talk or a presentation; organising, hosting, or facilitating an event, a workshop or a focus group; writing an article, a blog post or a communication piece on a topic related to climate change/green transition/sustainability awareness, advocacy, education or behaviour change; coordinating a climate action project/campaign/initiative.
    • We particularly encourage commitments and actions that reach individuals or groups with lower levels of climate awareness and/or people who are currently less engaged in climate action.
  • Complete the e-learning onboarding course within three weeks.
  • Participate in at least two Pact Secretariat and two Country Coordinator-led Pact Community events during the mandate.
  • Be in regular contact and respond to requests from the Country Coordinators and the Secretariat.
  • Meet annual reporting requirements as part of the Ambassadorship renewal process.
  • Respect the Climate Pact’s values and follow the Secretariat’s guidelines when carrying out your activities (such as guidelines on using the Pact’s visual identity).

Benefits of this program

Benefits of being part of the Ambassador community include:

– Official recognition from the European Commission
– Opportunities to gain visibility for your climate action and advocacy (including on Pact website, social media and events).
– Access to the pan-European network of more than 500 Pact Ambassadors.
– Access to resources, toolkits on climate change, climate action, Climate Pact, and ways to engage and communicate with others on climate-related topics.
– Opportunities to participate in Pact events across Europe.
– Access to online and in-person workshops with policy experts on climate action-related topics.
– Ad-hoc capacity building support.

How to apply

How to apply:

Website: European Commission

Details: https://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/2023ApplicationSurvey

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