World Emission has the mandate to engage and bring together users, stakeholders, and research centres. The project team is connected with a dense network of national reporting agencies, research centres, and municipalities across the globe. The objective of stakeholder engagement is to define technical and service specifications.  Stakeholders provide a complementary view of emission reporting needs to develop standard services that can be exploited in different regions. Among others, active connections are established in EU and UK, Mexico, China, India, Brazil and Middle-East. Stakeholders will also help define the long-term strategy towards an ambitious program to globally monitor and quantify the emissions of all the species possible with a temporal and spatial resolution that complements local and regional inventories.

Become a stakeholder

World Emission invites you to become a stakeholder of the project. If you are interested, please contact us at providing the following information:

  • Full name
  • Organisation
  • Main thematic areas of activity
  • Country
  • Why you are interested in becoming a stakeholder

They already joined the project

Representatives from different organisations are participating as stakeholders in close cooperation with the consortium team for the development of the emission inventory monitoring service.



  • Wallonia Agency of Air and Climate, Belgium
  • German Environment Agency (UBA)
  • Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, UK
  • Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change (CMCC), Italy
  • Technical Reference Center for Air Pollution and Climate Change (CITEPA), France
  • Department of Environment (DoE) of the Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment of Cyprus
  • Department of Labour Inspection, Ministry of Labour, Welfare and Social Insurance of Cyprus
  • Directorate General of Environmental Quality and Climate Change, Ministry of Climate Action, Food and Rural Agenda, Government of Catalonia, Spain
  • European Environment Agency
  • European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA)
  • (SUEZ Group)

Outside Europe:

  • Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology
  • Brazil Space Agency (INPE)
  • The Secretariat of the Environment of Mexico City
  • Institute of Urban Safety and Envirionmental Science (Beijing Academy of Science and Technology), China
  • Tsinghua Shenzhen International Graduate School, China
  • Fudan University, Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, China
  • Department of Earth System Sciences from Tsinghua University in Beijing, China