GREEN TO SCALE
Scaling up existing low-carbon solutions can go a long way towards closing the emissions gap.
WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
The Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra has teamed up with the Nordic Council of Ministers, distinguished research institutions and think tanks to answer a simple question: how far could we go simply by scaling up already proven low-carbon solutions?
Since 2015, the Green to Scale project analyses how existing solutions from sectors such as energy, mobility and transportation, buildings and waste, have uncovered a vast emission reduction potential both globally and in specific countries.
Implementing existing low-carbon solutions can take us a long way in tackling the global climate crisis.
Beiting 15 norrænna loftslagslausna á stórum skala gæti dregið úr losun gróðurhúsalofttegunda um 4 gígatonn á heimsvísu
Masdar Institute and Finnish Think Tank Sitra’s ‘Green to Scale’ Report Highlights 17 Solutions to Cut Global Emissions by One Quarter
17 Soluções Existentes para Lidar com Alterações Climáticas Poderiam Reduzir as Emissões Globais em 25%
Partners in 2019
In 2019, the Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra serves as the project secretariat for the Green to Scale Cities project. The following organisations are represented in the steering group: CONCITO from Denmark, CICERO from Norway, Stockholm Environment Institute from Sweden, University of Iceland and C40 Cities. Nordic Council of Ministers has included Green to Scale in its Prime Ministers’ Initiative and kindly provided funding.
The global Green to Scale project (2015) involved distinguished institutions from around the world:
- Alberto Luiz Coimbra Institute for Graduate Studies and Research in Engineering, Brazil
- International Finance Corporation (IFC) of the World Bank Group
- Centro Mexicano de Derecho Ambiental (CEMDA), Mexico
- Ethiopian Development Research Institute (EDRI), Ethiopia
- Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Japan
- European Climate Foundation (ECF), the Netherlands
- Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Sweden
- Masdar Institute, the United Arab Emirates
- World Resources Institute (WRI), USA
- Renmin University of China, China
- UNEP DTU Partnership, Denmark
- Sitra, Finland.