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Mr Paul Phillips meeting with former Prime Minister of Malaysia, RT. Hon Dr Mahathir Mohamad


Globally the WCCC is an International Climate Change Industry Development Consultancy for Developing Countries, which is transforming the way governments of developing nations understand and approach the challenges of developing climate change mitigation & adaptation industries within their borders.

The WCCC works closely with the Governments of Developing Nations to:

  • Develop & Implement a Broad Renewable Energy National Policy Framework, which will be attractive, for world class international Renewable Energy companies, considering expanding their operations to the country.

  • Begin developing a large pool of highly skilled & qualified workers, which international Renewable Energy Companies can draw upon, in the coming years.

  • Identify Renewable Energy Opportunities and Projects, which will be attractive for world class International Renewable Energy Companies to undertake.

Mr Paul Phillips meeting with Mr. Nguyen Thien Nhan, President of the Fatherland Front


The WCCC is Head Quartered in Vietnam, where it is leading the way in developing the Vietnamese Renewable Energy Industry by way of attracting and facilitating the establishment of world class international renewable energy companies into Vietnam.


In 2013 the WCCC established the ‘Vietnam Energy Efficient &Renewable Energy Consortium’ (VEEREC), to lobby and guide the national government on legislative changes needed to produce a more conducive business environment and build strong communication channels between new Renewable Energy Industry Players, and the governments of the 58 provinces and 5 centrally controlled municipalities of Vietnam. VEEREC is now destined to become the recognized National Industry Association & Facilitator for the Renewable Energy Industry of Vietnam.  


The WCCC has a very strong commitment to developing the skills & knowledge of young Vietnamese. In 2014, as part of its national CSR program, the WCCC established ‘Women & Climate Change Vietnam’, to encourage gender equality across all community, industry and government sectors involved in tackling  climate change; and to promote educational and employment opportunities for women interested in becoming involved in the fight against climate change in Vietnam.


Mr. Paul Phillips, the International Director of the WCCC has been assisting governments of Developing Countries, develop new industry sectors within their economies for more than 20 years. He is best known in the Asia – Pacific region for his establishment and 10 year Chairmanship of the very successful Asia-Pacific Information Technology & Telecommunications Framework of Cooperation, (APICTA) which comprised high level government representation of 14 Asia-Pacific nations. The framework he established and chaired is still delivering outstanding results today for participating countries. (

Mr. Scott Phillips, the Business Development Manager of the WCCC has been establishing and running Manufacturing, Consulting, Franchise, E-Retail and F&B companies exclusively within the Asian market during the past seventeen years. Drawing upon a broad knowledge base honed within the Asian region Scott brings a wealth of hands on experience to his role in the WCCC from liasing and consulting with local governments implementing a unique management style and structure to the WCCC’s numerous global climate change initiatives.

Mr Scott Phillips with the Management team based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Cooperation & Collaboration are the pillars of the WCCC Management Team’s Industry Development philosophy & strategy.


Sharing a common vision of how to take on and overcome the enormous challenges of climate change, the WCCC Team is dedicated to proactively developing the skills, resources and relationships, between climate industries and Governments of Developing Nations and Small Island States, to facilitate the transfer of knowledge & technologies between parties.


"We need to develop and disseminate an entirely new paradigm and practice of collaboration that supersedes the traditional silos that have divided governments and private enterprises for decades and replace it with networks of partnerships working together to create a globally prosperous society."

Simon Mainwaring

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