Welcome to the Climate Initiatives Platform (CIP). This portal collects, shares and tracks information on international cooperative climate initiatives driven by non-state actors such as businesses and cities, often with support from national states. More than 50 data points are open for each initiative.
Browse through the close to 250 initiatives by using the "search" button above. By registering you will be granted access to update your own initiative on the platform.
All the information is open to all and easily downloadable into a spreadsheet format (except through Internet Explorer).
If you have questions or would like to add a new initiative for the platform, then please send an email to email@example.com
Here you can download the CIP Flyer
We have just added two new Initiatives to the Platform: Nature4Climate, and The 30X30 Forests, Food and Land Challenge
See other NEWS below. Latest news is new "Analysis" section.
Walmart, the world’s largest company by revenue, saved nearly $1 billion in a single year and avoided emitting almost 650,000 tonnes of CO2, as part of its science-based target.
On 3 May 2016, Minister Ibrahim Baylan launched Belysningsutmaningen, Sweden’s commitment to the Global Lighting Challenge. Together with public and private actors, the Swedish government now races to reduce by half the electricity demand for lighting by 2020 and challenges other countries to follow suit.
On October 15, 2016, the world reached an agreement to phase-down hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs). It is one of the most significant actions governments have ever taken to protect the climate. HFCs are highly potent greenhouse gases that have a global warming potential 1000’s of times that of carbon dioxide (CO2).
With support from the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC), the Northern Corridor Transit and Transport Coordination Authority (NCTTCA) in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is developing its five year (2017-2021) Green Freight Programme which is aimed at supporting a number of initiatives intended to reducing fuel consumption and carbon emissions in the Northern Corridor Member States (Burundi, DR Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan and Uganda).
The total number of airports participating in this programme is now 156, representing a 25% growth in participation compared to the previous year. These airports cover almost a third (31.3%) of world air passenger traffic.
The six original Oil & Gas Methane Partnership (OGMP) partner companies (Eni, Pemex, PTT, Southwestern, Statoil and Total) submitted their first OGMP annual reports. three companies also managed to implement several identified mitigation opportunities, resulting in some 14,000 tons of methane emissions avoided in 2015.
A new and easy-to-assemble fish smoking and drying technology pioneered by FAO has been developed to improve to energy efficiency in rural communities by using 50 percent less wood fuel compared to traditional open-type smoking rafts. .
R4 Rural Resilience Initiative: An innovative resilience-building initiative implemented by WFP and Oxfam America is helping farmers like her break out of chronic food insecurity.
Apple, Bank of America, and General Motors were among the new companies that joined RE100 during Climate Week NYC 2016 – taking the total number of members to 81, and helping to create demand for more than 100TWh renewable electricity http://there100.org/news/14231034
RE100 won the 'Pioneer' award at the British Renewable Energy Awards 2016 - recognized for its efforts to accelerate the corporate take up of renewable energy through commitments to renewable power and creating a pathway that others can follow. http://there100.org/news/14221867
New Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI) Goals for Mauritius and United Arab Emirates.
Refrigerants, Naturally! is a success story in itself. The unique collaboration of direct market competitors and particularly the support from UNEP and Greenpeace, make Refrigerants, Naturally! as unique and successful as they are.
Overall science based targets has caught up with the language of various stakeholders working on climate issues, and given guidance and methods on how companies can set a GHG target aligned with climate science.
RENEWABLES CAN SUPPLY NEARLY 100% OF SAMOA’S ELECTRICITY NEEDS.
UITP’s Public Transport Declaration on Climate Leadership (UITP) demonstrates the public transport sector’s commitment to tackling climate change.
Mwenezi farmers applaud WFP’s small grains project: Fish smoking and drying are preservation techniques that are widely used in small-scale fisheries communities in developing coastal regions.
A customized version of the WBCSD-IEA low-carbon technology roadmap for cement industry was developed for India in 2013
The alliance aims at supporting cities in developing countries to share their difficulties and then find solutions through the network of the megacities
Seven countries in Central America are currently finalizing the adoption of technical regulations to establish minimum energy-efficiency standards and labelling for lighting products, motors, refrigerators and air conditioners.
New Analysis section.
You can now click on a new Analysis button, which will show you a number of graphs/tables on: New ICI's/year, Geographical spread, Size of ICIs, Coverage of functions/Activities.
New improved section on Participants information
We have now updated all the initiatives with information about the number and names of the participants in the different groups
A big 'Thank you' to all initiatives who participated in our survey!
The Climate Initiatives Platform sent out a survey to all initiatives to learn about their views and preferences regarding self-reporting on primarily progress. The survey has now been finished and the Platform wishes to extend a hearty 'Thank you' to all those who participated in the survey. Your valuable input will be implemented over the course of the next months.
New Initiative Added: Sustainable Mobility for All (Sum4All)
The initiative Sustainable Mobility for All (Sum4All) has been added to the platform.
New Emissions Gap Report
The Emissions Gap Report 2017 finds that actions pledged by non-state and subnational actors could reduce the 2030 emissions gap by a few GtCO2e. You can find the report here.