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08 Sep

ACT Generic methodology: public consultation


As all companies have their role to play in the low-carbon transition, the ACT initiative developed the ACT Generic methodology which aims to assess the readiness to transition to the low-carbon economy of multi-activity companies as well as companies operating in sectors that will not be covered by ACT sectoral methodologies (see Participate page). ACT … Continued

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15 May

Oil & Gas, Transport and Cement companies: ACT call for volunteers


Last chance to join the group of pioneer companies from the Oil & Gas, Transport and Cement sectors road-testing the innovative ACT methodologies which assess the alignment of their low carbon strategy with sectoral decarbonisation pathways. Participating companies will benefit from a free assessment of their low carbon strategies conducted by consultants trained in ACT … Continued

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08 Apr

New methodologies developments: call for volunteers


The ACT initiative will launch sectoral methodologies development for the metal (iron and steel), agriculture and agro-food sectors as well as a generic methodology for conglomerate companies and companies operating in sectors that will not be covered by ACT methodologies (see sign up/consultation page for the list of sectors). This is a unique opportunity to … Continued

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20 Mar

Public consultations


ACT – Assessing low Carbon Transition methodologies for Cement, Oil & Gas and Transport sectors are open for public consultation. This is a unique opportunity to contribute to the only international initiative of the UNFCCC secretariat Global Climate Agenda developing sectoral methodologies as an accountability framework to assess how companies’ strategies and actions contribute to … Continued

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20 Mar

Methodologies roadtest


The ACT initiative is launching the road-test of the ACT methodologies (Assessing low-Carbon Transition) for Cement, Oil & Gas and Transport (transport operators and providers of transport services, for passengers and goods) sectors. This road-test will allow participating companies to benefit from a free assessment of their climate strategies, completed by an ACT-trained consultant, and … Continued

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