• Publish a thought leaders’ strategy on how to massively scale up smarter, country-owned capacity building in developing countries.
  • Change the nature of the discussion on capacity building, promoting a vision of capacity building as fundamental to successfully solving climate change.
  • Inform UNFCCC negotiations regarding the newly forming Paris Committee on Capacity Building (PCCB) and the Capacity Building Initiative for Transparency (CBIT).
  • Conduct a side event on the Coalition to invite stakeholder input and engagement in Bonn at the UNFCCC subsidiary body meetings in late May.
  • Begin to aggregate and share information on capacity building through a global network of experts and thought leaders publications.
  • Begin to foster coordination between capacity building practitioners and programs.
  • Encourage new initiatives in training and institutional support.
  • Develop a consensus on a set of capacity building best practices and concretize this into a list of fundable projects to achieve smarter, faster climate change capacity building. Share this list with donors.
  • Expand the size of the Coalition’s expert circle by inviting new members in Phase 2.
  • Develop a streamlined set of organizing principles and operations for the Coalition.
  • Secure funding to operate a small secretariat to support the work of the Coalition.