Government of PNG, Development Partners & Civil Society Organizations

Government of PNG, Development Partners & Civil Society Organizations

The Government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) through the Climate Change Development Authority (CCDA) is working in close collaboration with key stakeholders in its preparedness towards the implementation of REDD+ in PNG that is transparent and is inclusive of all key stakeholders. The following are key stakeholders from the government, private sectors, civil society organizations as well as key development partners which are part of this process.

The Government of Papua New Guinea

  • Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Climate Change
  • Climate Change and Development Authority (CCDA)
  • Conservation and Environment Protection Authority (CEPA)
  • Papua New Guinea Forest Authority (PNGFA)
  • Department of Prime Minister and National Executive Council (PM & NEC)
  • Department of National Planning and Monitoring (DNPM)
  • Department of Lands and Physical Planning (DLPP)
  • Department of Agriculture and Livestock (DAL)
  • Department of Treasury (DOT)
  • Department of Finance (DOF)

Academia and Research institutions

  • University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG)
  • PNG University of Technology (UNITECH)
  • PNG University of Natural Resource and Environment (UNRE)
  • PNG National Research Institute (PNGNRI)
  • National Agricultural Research Institute (NARI)
  • PNG Forest Research Institute (PNG FRI)
  • New Guinea Binatang Research Center


Private sectors

  • Forest Industry ¬†Association (FIA)
  • PNG Palm Oil Council
  • Kokonas Indastri Koporesen (KIK)

International Development Partners


Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

Food Agricultural Organization (FAO)

Global Green Growth Institute (GGGi)


Australian Government United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Green Climate Fund (GCF)

Norwegian Government

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)German Agency for International Corporation (GIZ)
 European Union (EU)Global Climate Fund (GCF)


Civil society institutions

  • Papua New Guinea Environment Alliance (PNGEA)
  • The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
  • World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
  • The Transparency International (TIPNG)