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Organisations engaged in the initiative

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 sectoral ACT methodologies for the following sectors: Iron & Steel, Agriculture & Agro-food.

A Generic methodology, not sector-specific, aimed at assessing multi-sectoral companies and companies operating in sectors not covered by ACT will also be developed.

Contribute your expertise to develop the first accountability assessment of companies’ contributions to the low-carbon transition in your sector by joining the ACT Technical Working Groups.

 

Webinars

Watch this recorded webinar to understand the benefits, timeline and requirements of the ACT Iron & Steel, Agri & Food methodologies.

Tues 5th May

This video is the recorded webinar (in English) delivered on the 5th May 2020.

Signing up to an ACT Technical Working Group

  1. Open the Terms of Reference below for the Technical Working Group you would like to join.
  2. Copy the sign-up form in an email and fill it in with your name.
  3. Send the email to info@actinitiative.org (please add the ToR sector name in the subject of the email) by 22nd May 2020
  4. We’ll get back to you within a couple of days regardindg your application.

We look forward to working with you, and do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions!

ACT Technical Working Group’s (TWG) Terms of Reference

CONSULTATION

ACT seeks the views and opinions of a wide range of stakeholders including companies, NGOs, academics and other relevant experts including interested citizens.

CEMENT, TRANSPORT AND OIL & GAS SECTORS

Status: the public consultation is now closed.

Thank you for your contributions. We are now addressing comments and will publish the updated methodologies on our website by the begining of May.

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 following sectors: Cement, Oil & Gas and, Transport (transport operators and providers of transport services, for passengers and goods).

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.

Webinars

Watch the recorded webinars to understand the benefits, timeline and requirements of the ACT cement, transport, oil & gas methodologies road test.

Tues 24th March

This video is the recorded webinar (in French) delivered on the 24th March 2020 and includes the participation of Claire Rousselet from SNCF et Marie-Alix DU-LAZ from Total.

Fri 27th March

This video is the recorded webinar (in English) delivered on the 27th March 2020 and includes the participation of Joao Catarino from GALP.

Tues 31st March

This video is the recorded webinar (in English) delivered on the 31st March 2020 and includes the participation of Tyler Scott from Equinor and Gabriel Perez from Andreani.

 

Signing Up to an ACT Methodology Road-Test

Read through the below Call for Proposals and Terms of References and return the later completed including the Application Form in the Appendix to info@actinitiative.org by 3rd June 2020 (extended deadline).

 

Call for proposals and Terms of references

Oil and Gas Sector Oil & Gas Sector

Call for proposals (.pdf)
[EN] [FR]
Terms of references (.docx)
[EN] [FR]

Ciment Sector Cement

Call for proposals (.pdf)
[EN] [FR]
Terms of references (.docx)
[EN] [FR]

Transport Sector Transport

Call for proposals (.pdf)
[EN] [FR]
Terms of references (.docx)
[EN] [FR]

ACT ASSESSMENTS

Deployment across high emitters sectors







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