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ASSESSING LOW-CARBON TRANSITION

ACT Methodologies Roadtest ACT Development

Join the Methodologies Development

Understand the alignment of your low-carbon strategy with the transition required for your sector.

ADEME and CDP will be developing ACT methodologies for the following sectors: Aluminium, Chemicals, Glass, Pulp & Paper.

You can input in the development of the assessment methodology in your sector by joining the Technical Working Group. Whether you are a company or a stakeholder from one of these sectors, or from their value chain, your expertise is welcome to create a robust methodology.

 

Watch the recorded webinar to understand the benefits, timeline and requirements of the project.

ACT Aluminium, Chemicals, Glass, Pulp &Paper
methodologies development


This video is the recorded webinar delivered on the 15th October 2020.

Signing up to an ACT Technical Working Group

  1. Download the Terms of Reference you are interested in and read it through;
  2. Copy paste the sign-up form at the end of the Terms of Reference in an email and fill it in with your name;
  3. Send the email to us at: info@actinitiative.org (please add the sector in the subject of the email) by 29th January 2021.
  4. We’ll get back to you within a couple of days regarding your application.

Metal Sector Aluminiun

Terms of references (.docx)
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Chemicals Sector Chemicals

Terms of references (.docx)
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Glass Sector Glass

Terms of references (.docx)
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Paper Sector Paper

Terms of references (.docx)
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PUBLIC CONSULTATION

ACT value the expertise and opinion of a wide range of stakeholders including companies, NGOs, academics and other relevant experts including interested citizens. Inputs will be key to help ACT develop a robust methodology.

Metal SectorAgriculture & Agrofood methodology

Status: close

The land sector is responsible for 10-12 Gt CO2e yr-1 of net GHG emissions – approximately a quarter of global GHG emissions. Half of these are driven by agriculture, while the rest derive from land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF). The largest contributions from agriculture arise from enteric fermentation, manure from ruminant livestock production, crop-related fertilization practices and soil GHG emissions. In addition, some 5% of emissions related to food production come after the farm gate, up to but not including retail. Therefore, it is clear that in order to decarbonise the Agriculture and Agrifood sector, the largest GHG emissions reduction will need to be achieved at the agricultural production phase.

Timeline: consultation was open until 6th January 2021.

ACT Methodologies Roadtest ACT Roadtest

Join the Methodologies Roadtest

Understand the alignment of your low-carbon strategy with the transition required for your sector.

ADEME and CDP are launching the road-test of the ACT methodology for the Iron & Steel and Agri & Agro sectors.

This road-test will allow you to benefit from a free assessment of your company’s climate strategy, completed by an ACT-trained consultant, to understand your readiness towards the low-carbon transition and identify opportunities for improvement.

 

Watch the recorded webinar to understand the benefits, timeline and requirements of the project.

ACT Iron & Steel road-test

This video is the recorded webinar delivered on the 3rd November 2020.

 

ACT Agri & Agro road-test

This video is the recorded webinar delivered on the 3rd December 2020.

 

Signing up to an ACT Methodology Road-Test

Metal Sector Iron & Steel

Read through the Call for Proposals and Terms of Reference and return the later completed including the Application Form in the Appendix to info@actinitiative.org by 26th February 2021.

Metal Sector Agri & Agro

Read through the Call for Proposals and Terms of Reference and return the later completed including the Application Form in the Appendix to info@actinitiative.org by 26th February 2021.

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