The ACT-DDP Project
The ACT-DDP seeks to accompany Mexican and Brazilian companies from high emitting sectors on their low-carbon transition strategic thinking according to their national context specificity; and to enable a better dialogue between state and non-state actors around a 2050 horizon sectoral decarbonization scenarios and pathways to enrich their mutual vision of the needed transition.
The project will focus on reinforcing pilot companies’ decarbonization strategies through:
- The assessment with ACT sectoral methodologies of these strategies against the ambitious sectoral and decarbonization trajectories built by the Deep Decarbonization Pathways Initiative multi-scenario approach
- The participation in the construction of sectoral and national decarbonization pathways, and multi-stakeholders dialogues around sectoral, country, and global 2050’s horizon decarbonization enabling to discuss and identify key structural transformations needed in a 1.5°C world affecting the market constraints in which companies are operating today.
Countries and selected sectors
The ACT-ACTD project aims to engage pioneering companies and relevant stakeholders from these sectors of activity
Two innovative and complementary initiatives
Benefit for companies
ACT methodologies and tools represent the only international climate accountability used to develop coherent and yet ambitious decarbonisation strategies
Read through the Call for Proposals and Terms of Reference and return the later completed including the Application Form to email@example.com by February 15, 2021.
Download Call for Proposals in english [EN] spanish [ES] or portuguese [PT] (.pdf)
Download Terms of References in english [EN] spanish [ES] or portuguese [PT] (.docx)
Watch the recording of this webinar in Portuguese or Spanish to learn more about the project’s partners, activities, benefits, and conditions of participation.