Standards are critical in helping meet climate goals because they create a level playing field, providing transparency, reliability, and accountability. The ISO 50001 – Energy Management System Standard is a key example.
G20 Energy Efficiency Investment Toolkit is a set of voluntary options to upscale energy efficiency in G20 economies. This article demonstrates how these options are an integrated and sustainable approach towards enhancing capital flows to energy efficiency.
Peter Sweatman, CEO Climate Strategy, explains us why investment is the very first step necessary to action in order to back the entry into force of the Paris Agreement on 4 November 2016.
The 22nd Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) – known more widely as COP22 – took place in Marrakech, Morocco, from 7-18 November. The two-week long event began brightly, with the entry into force of the Paris Agreement signed last December. For the Agreement to be successful however, much now needs to be done, and energy efficiency has a fundamental role to play in the attainment of the below 2°C climate goal.