The CCEMA alliance was initiated in April 2008 at an expert meeting in Munich, Germany. Membership in the Alliance is open to organizations and individuals with a demonstrated interest and engagement in the climate change, environment and migration field and a commitment to the purpose and objectives of CCEMA. The members are (in alphabetical order):

International Organization for Migration (IOM)

IOM, as the international migration agency, brings to CCEMA the human mobility perspective and over 55 years of migration management experience. |Read more

Munich Re Foundation (MRF)

The focal point of the foundation's work is people at risk. The Munich Re Foundation tries to minimise the risks to which these people are exposed. It clarifies issues and provides support, especially in developing countries. |Read more

The Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)

The Stockholm Environment Institute bridges science and policy on a range of issues related to environment and development. Climate change and environment are core themes in the SEI strategy, linking in particular to adaptation, socio-ecological resilience, tipping points in global change, sustainable livelihoods and the bio-resource economy. |Read more

United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)

UNEP, established in 1972, is the voice for the environment within the United Nations system. Its knowledge of environmental issues is essential to the CCEMA alliance. |Read more

United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)

The mission of the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is to mobilize and coordinate effective and principled humanitarian action in partnership with national and international actors. |Read more

United Nations University - Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS)

UNU-EHS spearheads research, capacity building and policy-relevant advisory activities relating to the broad interdisciplinary field of 'risk and vulnerability'. Its expertise provides CCEMA with in-depth research and case studies on environmentally induced migration. |Read more

University of Sussex - The Development Research Centre on Migration,Globalisation and Poverty (DRC)

The DRC aims "to promote new policy approaches that will help to maximize the potential benefits of migration for poor people, whilst minimizing its risks and costs". |Read more