The Low Carbon Technology Partnerships Initiative

The Low Carbon Technology Partnerships initiative (LCTPi) is comprised of over 160 companies and 70 partners who are committed to accelerating the transition to a low-carbon economy.

Led by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and supported by We Mean Business partners, LCTPi offers a collaborative platform for businesses and policymakers to scale up deployment of business solutions to a level and speed that are consistent with limiting global warming to below 2°C.

Taken together, LCTPi efforts could deliver 65% of the emissions reductions needed to remain under the 2°C limit while channeling $5-10 trillion of investment toward low carbon sectors of the economy and support 20-45 million person-years of employment.

At COP23, LCTPi companies and partners will connect with key policymakers to encourage stronger climate commitments through low-carbon technology. Throughout 2017, LCTPi will continue pushing for impact and increasing scale.  Your company can join today.

Programs currently underway:
  • Renewables 
  • Low carbon transport fuels
  • Climate smart agriculture 
  • Forests and forest products as carbon sinks 
  • Energy efficiency in buildings 
  • Cement
  • Chemicals
  • Low carbon freight

How can business get involved?

Businesses who want to join a working group must be ready to commit resources, implement the program and demonstrate leadership in the climate action arena.

For more information on how your business can get involved, please contact Rasmus Valanko at [email protected].