The Low Carbon Technology Partnerships initiative (LCTPi) is comprised of over 160 companies and 70 partners who are committed to accelerating the transition to a low-carbon economy. Led by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and supported by We Mean Business partners, LCTPi offers a collaborative platform for businesses and policymakers to scale up deployment of business solutions to a level and speed that are consistent with limiting global warming to below 2°C.
Taken together, LCTPi efforts could deliver 65% of the emissions reductions needed to remain under the 2°C limit while channeling $5-10 trillion of investment toward low carbon sectors of the economy and support 20-45 million person-years of employment.
At COP23, LCTPi companies and partners will connect with key policymakers to encourage stronger climate commitments through low-carbon technology. Throughout 2017, LCTPi will continue pushing for impact and increasing scale. Your company can join today.
How it works
Programs currently underway:
Companies publicly committed* to developing low carbon action plans
Arcelor Mittal South Africa
Carbon Recycling International
China National Building Material Group
China Resources Cement
CLP Holdings Limited
Companhia Geral de Cal e Cimento S.A. (Secil)
DALMIA CEMENT (BHARAT) LIMITED
DNV Det Norske Veritas
E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company
EDP - Energias de Portugal S.A.
Evonik Industries AG
FIBRIA Celulose S/A
First Solar Inc
Forestal Mininco S.A. (CMPC Forestal)
Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua
Joule Assets Inc.
Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation
Norton Rose Fulbright
NRG Energy Inc
Red Rock Biofuels
State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC)
Stora Enso Oyj
Suzano Papel & Celulose
Syngenta International AG
The Coca-Cola Company
The Navigator Company
Tyson Foods, Inc.
United Technologies Corporation
West China Cement
Yara International ASA
* Additional companies involved in the collaboration
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