ClimateWorks Foundation

For Work On Global Industrial Decarbonization

  • Amount
    $4,500,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    4/6/2020
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
Strategies
Overview
This grant supports a significant expansion of ClimateWorks’ global industrial sector strategy. The industrial sector is responsible for between a quarter and a third of global greenhouse gas emissions. This effort will focus on the top emitting industries including steel, concrete, and chemicals. It will address these sub-sectors in the United States, the European Union, and China. ClimateWorks promotes the creation of markets for low-embodied emissions commodity materials; provides technical support and capacity building for governments, NGOs, and think tanks; and trains people to be effective advocates for low-emissions products.
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for the independent Global Stocktake  
The independent Global Stocktake is a research and communications project driven by think tanks and civil society to raise the aspirations of parties to the Paris agreement. It is a rigorous analytical project to highlight the differences between what countries have pledged; what they are actually doing; and what needs to be done to meet the goal of keeping global temperature increases well below two degrees, as set under the Paris treaty. This project will precede the official UNFCCC Global Stocktake (GST), and is designed to help keep that process honest and ambitious. The GST will be one input when countries submit their national determined commitments to meet the Paris goals in 2025. (Substrategy: Multilateral)
for general operating support  
ClimateWorks Foundation works to address climate change and advance clean energy and a prosperous economy. They pursue a global approach to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, aimed at energy sectors and regions with high or fast-growing levels of greenhouse gas pollution. Among their priorities are increasing clean, renewable energy sources; promoting energy efficiency; supporting work on clean transportation; and reducing deforestation and emissions of highly potent greenhouse gases. ClimateWorks will also continue to increase philanthropic capacity in the field. (Substrategy: Philanthropic Capacity)
for the Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program  
This grant to the ClimateWorks Foundation supports the Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program’s (K-CEP) Phase 2 pooled fund. Phase 2 builds on the successes of Phase 1, which focused primarily on improving the efficiency of cooling in developing country signatories of the Kigali Amendment. In Phase 2, K-CEP will expand the geographic areas of focus to include major emitting regions like the U.S. and India. Further, the program will now also include the mitigation of super pollutants like F-gases. A global focus on reducing the climate impacts from cooling technologies is critical. (Substrategy: Climate Opportunity Fund)

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