We are committed to encouraging companies to incorporate climate action into corporate development strategies and corporate social responsibility so as to reduce carbon emission.

CCCA

To further put into practice China’s Intended Nationally Determined Contribution under the framework of the Paris Agreement, C Team together with Vanke Foundation, SEE Foundation and other organizations, officially launched a non- profit cooperation network- China Business Climate Action (CCCA) in September 2018 at the Global Climate Action Summit.
 
In December 2018, China Business Climate Action (CCCA) successfully hosted the Making Collective Impact of Corporate Climate Action side event at China Pavilion at the 2018 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP24). Xie Zhenhua, Special Representative for Climate Change Affairs of China, and former US Vice President Al Gore attended the event and delivered opening remarks. At the event, dozens of domestic and foreign guests from industry associations, enterprises, think tanks and environmental NGOs participated in the dialogues and shared cases to discuss the promotion of collective impacts of corporate climate action. Led by Wang Shi, representatives of the CBCA co-organizers established a steering committee to implement the eight action strategies proposed at the Global Climate Action Summit in September in California.
 

CCCA Members

CCCA co-sponsors and supporters:
Vanke Foundation, SEE Foundation, C Team, WWF Beijing Office, One Planet, China Green Carbon Foundation, China Environmental Grantmakers Alliance, All-China Environment Federation, China Zero Waste Alliance, China Federation of Industrial Economics, Hydrogen Energy Industry Collaborative Innovation Platform of CFIE, China National Textile And Apparel Council, China Chain Store & Franchise Association, China Energy Conservation Association, China Association of Rural Energy Industry, Weather China, China Low Carbon Network, Shanghai Environment and Energy Exchange, ShenZhen Non-Governmental Organization Federation, Institute of Climate Change and Sustainable Development, Tsinghua University, German Sustainable Building Council
 
CCCA members (as of April 2022):
Vanke Group, Broad Group, BAIC BJEV, GCL Group, NIO, Yuanchu Technology Corp., Himin Solar Energy, China Real Estate Green Supply Chain Action, GreenTech Group, Carbonstop, TÜV Rheinland Greater China, SGS, CDP China, Carbon Trust, NEWAsia, BYD, Vloop, JD, IPE, LONGi Green Energy, Interface, Lvdoya, Lanzhou Huaneng, Yangtze River Delta Ecological Energy Carbon Sink Fund, JA Solar, ZhongTan LvLinBao Low-Carbon Technology, P.E.T., NANOxARCH Meterial Design, TÜV SÜD, Wuxi Suntech Power Co., Ltd., VELUX (China), Tongwei Group, Shenzhen Power-Solution Ind Co. Ltd., Impact Hub Shanghai, Shanghai Qingyue, CCCM,ROEHL, Leverage




China Corporate Climate Action Proposal

If you are intrested in joining CCCA, please contact us via ccca@cteam.org.
China Corporate Climate Action Proposal:
The climate crisis is intensifying. Catastrophic and extreme climate events are hitting us on an unprecedented scale, threatening the sustainable development of humans and the ecosystem. Humanity must unite to tackle the climate challenge and work towards the goal of the Paris Agreement. It is now our last chance to realize the goal and thus avoid a systemic outbreak of climate disaster.
China has committed to peaking carbon emissions before 2030 and to achieving carbon neutrality by 2060. These “dual carbon” targets will steer the way of the climate actions for Chinese enterprises, organizations, and the public. 
We call on businesses to integrate carbon reduction targets into their development strategies, to adopt green and low-carbon technologies and sustainable business models, and to offer climate-friendly products and services. We call on business associations, chambers of commerce, federations, leading companies, and financial institutions to take the lead among industrial chains and business clusters in carbon reduction, green transformation, and green innovation.
Hereby, we propose the following actions:
1. Set ambitious and achievable net zero targets and implementation plans;
 
2. Strengthen greenhouse gas accounting and management, and support the development of sectoral carbon management standards and tools; 
 
3. Optimize energy efficiency, and adopt energy-saving, green and low-carbon production technologies and management practices;
 
4. Scale up the use of renewable energy; explore and develop energy storage and negative emission technologies;
 
5. Commit to offering healthy, ecological and climate-friendly products and services;
 
6. Take environmental responsibility in the full product life cycle, and reduce resource waste and pollutant emissions in all processes;
 
7. Promote joint emission reduction actions with partners in the entire business stream to foster green supply chain;
 
8. Use trading mechanisms and carbon sink products to offset unavoidable emissions;
 
9. Participate and support the development of green finance and climate finance;
 
10. Promote ESG practices and sectoral ESG standards development.
Let us join hands and devote to achieving China’s carbon peaking and carbon neutrality targets, and to building a community of shared future for mankind and nature. 

Resources

A Practice-Based Guide to Address Climate Change with Cost-Effective Technologies in the Textile Industry
The Guide is the result of research efforts by the Apparel Impact Institute and C Team on some 3,000 energy saving and emission reduction practices of international projects in the textile industry over the past decade. It is a technical reference for textile enterprises, especially small and medium-sized enterprises with limited capital budget, to enable fast energy conservation and emission reductions with the highest economic efficiency.

 

Guide for Real Estate Corporations to Address Climate Change
Guide for Real Estate Corporations to Address Climate Change promotes China's real estate companies to pay more attention to climate change issues from five perspectives: meaning, risks, opportunities, financial impacts, and response methods, and encourages more stakeholders in the real estate industry to voluntarily take actions to tackle climate change, and promote the low-carbon transformation of the real estate value chain and the energy revolution.

 

Guidelines on Tackling Climate Change and Promoting Green Operation for Chain Enterprises
The Guide was published by the China Chain Store & Franchise Association, the co-sponsor of the Guidelines Guide CBCA. The purpose is to promote the development of chain enterprises, respond to the call for green consumption, guide the industry to pay more attention to climate theme changes and sustainable linkages, and promote more chain companies to take action on climate change in the field Start its sustainable development strategy, share best practice cases, and provide reference and guidance for companies on how to respond to changes and how to choose key implementations.
 
green retail operation seminar--Supermarket green refrigeration technology and maintenance skills  (This seminar is open to members of China Chain Store & Franchise Association. Contact CCSFA staff for more information at 13718668445(WeChat ID)).
 

Business Climate Action Cases

2020 was a year of uncertainty. The COVID-19 pandemic has unsettled the global socioeconomic order and postponed the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26), where parties were scheduled to submit new Nationally Determined Contributions. But the pandemic has made most nations to prioritize economic recovery over climate change targets.

Corporate climate actions were also faced with various challenges. Some enterprises had to postpone or cut their planned energy saving and emission reduction investments to ensure cash flow; some continued to optimize operational costs through energy saving and emission reduction measures; and some pursued business innovation to provide climate change solutions. Here we present a collection of 14 cases, featuring corporate climate actions of different scales, in the fields of carbon management, clean energy, green buildings, green finance, green supply chain and green lifestyles.



Business Action

Business Action


We are committed to encouraging companies to incorporate climate action into corporate development strategies and corporate social responsibility so as to reduce carbon emission.

CCCA

To further put into practice China&r...

CCCA Members

As of December 202021 CCCA co-organi...

China Corporate Climate Action Proposal

To further put into practice China&r...

Resources

A Practice-Based Guide to Address Cl...

Business Climate Action Cases

2020 was a year of uncertainty Th...
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