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Dynamic Coalition on Internet and Climate Change (DCICC)

​ITU launched the Dynamic Coalition on Internet and Climate Change (DCICC) in 2007. It is an open body committed to moderating the environmental impact of the Internet, to seeking new ways to embrace the power of the Internet for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions worldwide, and to enabling transformation in line with the objectives set and to be set under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).​

Meetings and Activities

​The Dynamic Coalition has held a number of meetings and workshops in order to raise awareness and support capacity-building efforts, especially in terms of the internet's role in sustainable development, green innovation as well as climate change adaptation and mitigation. The next DCICC meeting will take place on 12 June 2017 at ITU headquarters in Geneva as part of the WSIS Forum 2017.

Click here for more information about upcoming and past meetings.


​​The DCICC is an open organization whose members include governments, private sector, standards development organizations, non-governmental organizations, international organizations, researchers, vendors, network operators, academia and other bodies.

Click here for a list of current members.

Mailing List

​​​A mailing list ( has been set up to facilitate discussions among DC partners. It is open for subscription to Guests and TIES users. Please register and subscribe to DCICC which is located under the node ITU / ITU-T / Other Groups.

Click here for additional information regarding the subscription

Join the Coalition!

By becoming a member of the DCICC, your organization will support the development of a global coordinated response to address the impact of the Internet on climate change.

If you are interested in joining the DCICC, ​please contact the DCICC Secretariat at