Global Climate Initiatives

Global Climate Initiatives (GCI) is a private initiative bringing together different economic and scientific actors. Its vocation is to offer all types of companies, of all sectors and sizes, online tools to calculate, reduce, and offset their carbon footprint, in full compliance with the reference texts, frameworks and standards.

Global Climate Initiatives relies on a credible, reliable and transparent methodology integrating the environmental and societal stakes and assets of freight transport, and is based on international criteria recognized and validated by its Scientific Council, such as the ISO 14 064 Standard, the European Standard CEN EN 16258, the GHG Protocol and Carbon Footprint methodologies, the GLEC Framework.

Access government incentives for transport efficiency projects:

With Resource Intelligence, enable transport operators to claim Australian Carbon Credit Units under government contracts for projects registered under the Emission Reduction Fund Land & Sea Transport Method, establishing emissions tracking systems using vehicle and vessel activity data for diverse transport operations.

Unlocking discounted finance from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation to purchase clean, efficient transport equipment.

Chain of Responsibility process review for Freight Customers:

Improved a Grain Trader’s procedures and training for staff to manage COR obligations in their supply chains, updating commercial contracts to clearly establish COR responsibilities and engage with transport contractors to verify compliance.

Visit contracted carriers to assess and report on compliance with company and regulatory COR requirements.

Run educational seminars on how to address Chain of Responsibility obligations and manage transport safety.

Report on Transport Energy & Emissions improvement opportunities:

Research and report at state and federal level on regulatory options to improve energy productivity in commercial transport based on best-practice policy and technology reviews in land and marine transport, supporting Mov3ment to develop a collaborative freight industry roadmap developed by leading road/rail/sea transport operators, associations and academics for inclusion in the federal government’s National Energy Productivity Plan.

Blockchain in Supply Chain:

Research in this white paper explores how distributed ledger technology can be applied to freight transport and supply chains to dramatically improve trust, efficiency and productivity.

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