Operating at the forefront of the world's
climate change and biodiversity challenges

C4 EcoSolutions provides innovative solutions for adapting to climate change
and conserving biodiversity

Latest News
  • C4ES is currently developing Green Climate Fund projects in India, Ghana and Benin.

  • C4ES is pleased to welcome Dr Marie-Ange Baudoin to our team. Marie-Ange will lead the implementation and development of climate change adaptation projects in Francophone countries.

  • C4ES developed a large-scale ecosystem-based adaptation project in the Gambia. In June 2016, this project became one of the first 17 projects formally approved by the Green Climate Fund Board.

  • National Adaptation Programme of Actions (NAPAs) are developed by all Least Developed Countries (LDCs) to communicate their most urgent and immediate climate change adaptation needs. In 2016 C4ES assisted the Government of South Sudan, the last remaining LDC which still needed to do so, to complete their NAPA.

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Latest Project
The Gambia

Large-scale Ecosystem-based Adaptation in The Gambia: developing a climate-resilient, natural resource-based economy

C4ES developed the project proposal for this GCF-funded project. This project will build the climate resilience of rural Gambian communities and facilitate the development of a sustainable natural resource-based (green) economy through the implementation of large scale EbA.

Our Story

Climate, Conservation, Communities, and Carbon are the four Cs in our company name. Since 2006, the C4 team has worked in more than fifty countries across Africa, Asia, the Pacific and Latin America. Our clients include the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), the Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), private firms such as CarbonPlus Capital, and national governments.

Meet our team

We undertake our work with a great sense of responsibility to the communities receiving funding, the biodiversity being conserved, and the global taxpayers and/or private investors funding the interventions. Our philosophy within the office is consequently to always go the extra mile to provide excellent service to our clients. This includes ensuring that:
  • The strategies we develop are innovative and evidence-based.
  • The interventions we propose are presented in a detailed manner and are technically feasible.
  • The data and analyses we provide are scientifically rigorous.
  • Our interactions with stakeholders, whether by email or in meetings, is undertaken with the utmost courtesy and diplomacy.
  • Deadlines are met.
  • Our writing is impeccable.


  • Designing projects on climate change adaptation and biodiversity conservation for government and private sector clients
  • Providing technical advice during the implementation of the projects and investments
  • Monitoring and evaluating projects and interventions
  • Undertaking environmental and economic feasibility studies for commercial or public investments in natural resources
  • Developing evidence-bases for decision-makers managing natural resources
  • Publishing scientific papers in the peer-reviewed literature