Membership & Network

CMW Members (Full/Supporting)

Carbon Market Watch offers organisation and individual the opportunity to become full members or supporting members. Both memberships come with a formal role in the governance of the organisation, with full formal members given the opportunity to vote at General Assemblies.

For an overview of Carbon Market Watch’s philosophy, how we interact with others and how to become a member of the organisation or a partner in our network , see our Network & Membership Information Pack (in English). If you are an NGO or academic and would like to be part of our network or become a member, we kindly invite you to complete the forms:

  • Applying as an organisation please click on the link here
  • Applying as an individual please click on the link here

If you have any questions about the network or membership (EN/FR), do not hesitate to get in touch with (Español: )

(Please note that joining Carbon Market Watch  either as a statutory member or a network partner is not an automatic endorsement of Carbon Market Watch’s positions)

Network Partners

The Carbon Market Watch Network connects hundreds of NGOs and academics worldwide in three working languages: English, French and Spanish.

As a community for information sharing and campaign coordination, the CMW Network brings together a committed group of people, all with a common goal to hold polluters accountable for their actions, and to strengthen civil society participation in environmental decision making.

Partnership in the CMW network is open to all NGOs and academics and citizens that are formally independent of governments and commercial organizations and often result from an instance of collaboration.

What the Carbon Market Watch network offers to its partners:

  • Access to policy analysis and opportunities for engagement on climate policies especially carbon pricing and climate finance
  • Close cooperation on campaigns with climate policy experts from numerous countries across the world
  • Opportunities to participate in advocacy actions such as open letters and global campaigns
  • Opportunities to participate and co-organise capacity building activities such as workshops and webinars
  • Additional visibility to local campaigns and testimonials
  • Opportunities to meet with international policy makers, media and NGO networks