About Us

about Us

Climate change is a top priority for the government of Uttar Pradesh. To tackle the problem of Climate Change in the State, the government of Uttar Pradesh has appointed the Department of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change as the state's nodal agency. As part of disseminating information about the state's climate, the DoEF&CC intended to build a knowledge portal on climate action and a clean environment. The Uttar Pradesh government worked with the GIZ to build the Uttar Pradesh Climate Change Knowledge Portal.
The Uttar Pradesh Climate Change Knowledge Portal (UPCCKP) delivers visual analytics of the state's historical climate-related data, as well as the state’s climate vulnerability data. It also provides information on the environment-related legal framework and a brief description of the state’s clean environment and sustainability-related schemes and programs. The UPCCKP will ease the generation and transmission of knowledge about climate change to a broad audience in the State. On the other, it will assist raise awareness of Uttar Pradesh-specific concerns about climate change.

The vision of the portal

The Uttar Pradesh Climate Change Knowledge Portal is an interactively curated website intended to facilitate a one-stop shop for climate-related queries from the state's key stakeholders, including Panchayati Raj, Government Organizations, the Private Sector, Civil Societies, International Organizations, Academia, and the Community.

The portal's overarching goals are as follows:

  • To expand the state's knowledge generation and dissemination activities on climate change to a bigger audience.
  • To raise awareness about state-specific climate change concerns.
  • To construct an interactive climate change knowledge portal on Climate Change.
  • The portal is intended to serve as an up-to-date knowledge e-repository on climate change, hosting locally, nationally, and internationally important information.
  • To hold a discussion forum for all of its stakeholders on specific climate change-related subject problems.