Participation 2007  -  2013


2011-2013   Project in transition.   New EIN is 54-2041714.   To facilitate publication of official reports as archival material on the internet, (c) was retained by LRoeder as Editor in Chief of Climate Caucus.  This does not eliminate rights of individual authors to publish their own individual works in that capacity. 

2010   Lots of Action:

  • IRS Ein Number 27-2192540 associated with non-profit status granted March 25,2010.

  • Various new working groups were proposed.

  • Climate Caucus reported out on its global survey.

  • Formal operations as an incorporated entity, representing NGOs who can't afford to attend UN related climate meetings in Washington, DC, New York and perhaps other cities.

  • Climate Calendar  A list of Climate Meetings Climate Caucus plans to attend (to be posted in the end of the year)

2009 was a great year for 

We helped developed a statement by CoNgo to be used at COP-15 in December, 2009.  We also developed surveys to determine the future direction of ClimateCaucus, made plans for the incorporation of the NGO  and determined a main function, which is to represent NGOs who can't attend meetings on Climate Change in New York and Washington, DC.

Statement Text            Statement Cover Letter      Draft Incorporation  (TBA)

Climate Survey            Climate Calendar

2008 was devoted to outreach on climate change issues and developing the report to the Secretary General, which on completion was also delivered to Al Gore, former Vice-President of the United States, Hillary Clinton, current Secretary of State for the United States, Achim Steiner, UNEP Executive Director, and Dr. Rejendra K. Pachauri, Head of the IPCC, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Kofi Annan and others.

In February, at the request of the NGO/DPI Executive Committee, CCNet Editor in Chief Larry Roeder addressed the UN General Assembly Thematic Debate on Climate Change.



In June, at the invitation of former Secretary General Kofi Annan (United Nations Secretary-General (1997–2006) , Larry Roeder, CCNet Editor in Chief attended the opening session of  the 2009 Global Humanitarian Forum.  in Geneva and met with HRH Princess Haya of Jordan, President Ramos Horta, President Anote Tong, Minister Calmy Rey, Former President John Kufuor, Richard Branson, Chairman, Virgin Group, Jan Egeland, Director, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, Michel Jarraud, Secretary-General, World Meteorological Organization, Kemal Dervis, Administrator, UN Development Programme (UNDP), Rajendra Pachauri, Chairman, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).  Jeffrey Sachs, Director, The Earth Institute at Columbia University; Special Advisor to the UN Secretary-General on the Millennium Development Goals, Margareta Wahlström, Senior Advisor, International Strategy for Disaster Reduction, and Hans Kung, famed Catholic theologian, with whom he had breakfast.

2007 began it all with the 60th UN DPI/NGO Conference on Climate Change.


This conference called for the development of a framework for action by the NGO community and an initial mandate for to design a Report to the Secretary General and other international notables on the how NGOs, often those whose mission is not climate change, should take action to save the planet.