The OECS becomes the 34th member of the GGGI

The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) has become the 34th Member of the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) after formally submitting its Instrument of Accession. 

The OECS is also the first regional integration organisation to become a member of GGGI.  

Since the establishment of the GGGI Caribbean office in 2019, located within OECS Commission headquarters in Saint Lucia, the two entities have worked together to pursue a joint programme of activities in support of capacity building and development of green growth options in OECS countries.  

The joint programme includes activities at both the regional and national levels to support the small island countries in the Eastern Caribbean transition their economies toward low-carbon, climate-resilient sustainable growth.  

Because the OECS is a regional organisation, membership in GGGI means that the OECS Commission, as well as the OECS Member States, will have access to GGGI membership benefits.  

GGGI is already working with the OECS Commission, as well as directly with the governments of OECS Member States, to support the transition to more sustainable energy systems and accelerate the flow of climate finance in the region.