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Global Campaign for Climate Action (GCCA)

The Global Campaign for Climate Action (GCCA) is a global alliance of non-governmental organizations, trade unions, and faith groups that was formed to influence the international climate change treaty at the United Nations Climate Change Conference to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark in December, 2009. Its public face is the "TckTckTck" campaign.

The ‘tck tck tck’ campaign was created by the Global Humanitarian Forum and strategic communications partner Havas Worldwide/Euro RSCG. ‘tck tck tck’ was subsequently adopted as the unifying symbol for many civil society organizations worldwide, including a coalition of leading NGOs who campaigned for a fair and ambitious global agreement on climate change to be reached at the 2009 Copenhagen Climate Conference (COP15).

The Forum and Havas launched their own ‘tck tck tck Time for Climate Justice’ campaign on June 2009 at the 56th Cannes International Advertising Festival.

The 'tck tck tck’ symbol communicates a sense of urgency as time ticked down to the start of COP15 as well as the level of urgency for taking serious action to tackle climate change itself.

GCCA partners include organizations spanning faith, labour, environmental and humanitarian groups from around the world. Organizations participating in the GCCA include, but not limited to, the Union of Concerned Scientists, Pew Environment Group, Oxfam International, Greenpeace and World Wildlife Fund.

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