ECAS is committed to upholding the highest legal and ethical standards, regardless of when and where we conduct our activities.

Our Code of Conduct (Code) provides basic guidelines to assist us in making good decisions on behalf of the Company, in doing our jobs ethically and in compliance with ECAS policies and the laws of the countries where we do business.

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    ECAS seeks to contribute to environmental protection, conservation and management by carrying out environmental, agriculture, water, trade, land, forestry and energy policy research, policy drafting and policy recommendations for global, national and county level governance; promoting the exchange of information between state institutions, county governments, business leaders, opinion leaders, NGOs, media, civil society and individuals; and enhancing environmental awareness through seminars, trainings and other activities.

     
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  • We support individuals, organizations and business to access information and knowledge products concerning climate finance flows with focus on Green climate Fund, Adaptation Fund, Climate Expenditure and Budget Review.

     
  • We support decisions and investments to address climate change based on reliable information and consistent data.

    We build capacities to enable individuals, organizations and businesses to understand climate change and contribute to development and implementation of strategies and efforts to address challenges and benefit from opportunities associated with climate change.

    We back efforts that promote public access to information through trainings, knowledge portals, briefing notes, online platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn etc.

     
  • We support individuals, organizations and companies in planning for, responding to and recovering from climate change induced disasters and conflicts. We help identify and develop integrated management plans and address climate change related risks that might have serious social and economic impacts to individuals, organizations and companies.