World Resources Institute

For EMBARQ India Mobility Innovation Project

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The mission of World Resources Institute's Sustainable urban mobility program (Embarq) is to implement policies that create more prosperous, livable cities. This grant will support WRI's Embarq India Mobility Innovation project. The goal is to catalyze enterprise-led solutions to problems of mobility and access in Indian cities. India's urban population will be about 600 million by 2030, and transportation is the fastest growing sector in carbon emissions. In addition to advocating for having good policies in place, WRI is proposing to work to scale up private sector innovation and addressing barriers for different transportation modes and providing low carbon options to millions of urban citizens.
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for the SBTi Finance project  
This work is to further grow the Science Based Targets Initiative, specifically for financial institutions (SBTi Finance). SBTi Finance builds on attributional accounting based on the Greenhouse Gas Protocol’s Corporate Value Chain (Scope 3) Standard. SBTi Finance is a framework for financial institutions to set targets that are aligned with climate scenarios, and that enable an ex-post evaluation of financial institutions’ contribution to real-economy emissions reductions in relation to net-zero targets. The framework includes a set of methods that can be used to set targets, criteria that SBTi will use to assess and validate targets submitted to the initiative, and implementation guidance. (Substrategy: Climate Finance)

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