Low Carbon City Initiative

WWF initiated its Low-Carbon City Initiative (LCCI) in China in 2007. Through close cooperation with key partners, LCCI aims to explore low carbon development models in different cities. It focuses on urban planning, renewable energy and energy efficiency. The initiative has involved policy research and formulation as well as identified two cities – Shanghai and Baoding – as pilot cities for carbon emission reduction. Read More »

Business Engagement

Climate Savers

Central to the WWF Climate Savers philosophy is that cutting carbon emissions and spurring economic growth are able to go hand in hand. The project is proving this daily by achieving emissions reductions in practical and profitable ways. Over the past decade, companies in the “Climate Savers” program have collectively decreased their CO2 emissions by 50 million tons whilst at the same time increasing shareholder value and gaining competitive advantage. They’re not waiting for governments to take action; they’re busy leading the transition to a low-carbon economy. Read More »

Top Ten

In 2009, the WWF “Top Ten” project landed in China. The project provides real-time and accessible information on the latest and most energy efficient products on the market. It aims to stimulate a market transformation towards energy efficiency. Read More »

Low Carbon Business prosperity

Starting from 2010, WWF has cooperated with government agencies and research institutions to help enhance businesses’ capacity to promote low carbon development strategies.