We kick off the year with a round-up of initiatives and announcements from December and January, including biodiversity commitments for alternative energy projects, low-carbon hydrogen value chains, social and economic development for Indigenous communities and more!
As part of its support of COP events and the Paris Agreement, and in line with the Ipieca Principles, Ipieca raises awareness of COP outcomes, shares on the ground learnings and insights, and produces practical guidance and tools to support the industry contribute to achieving COP objectives.
Low-carbon products and solutions take centre-stage in the October round-up as we lead up to COP28 at the end of November. In addition to member initiatives, we share insights from ADIPEC and progress from the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative. We also highlight a new partnership for enhanced health from Eni, a partnership to commercialise OMV’s plastics circularity solution, and insights from the Ipieca Biodiversity and ecosystem services peer-to-peer workshop.
The September edition shares new initiatives, research and guidance for a broad spectrum of topics from across Ipieca’s four strategic pillars, including methane mitigation, net zero, alien invasive species, diversity and inclusion, community engagement, sustainability reporting and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Carbon capture projects take the centre stage in the August round-up, from nature-based solutions, to direct air capture and industrial CCS hubs. We also share insights from The World Bank on the role of green hydrogen in decarbonisation, and Ipieca’s insights from the 2023 UN High-level Political Forum.
Circularity and alternative fuels are a key theme in the July round-up. Other highlights include a report on public perceptions of the energy transition in Spain and an acquisition supporting the commercialisation of carbon capture and storage. We also share The World Bank’s 2023 Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals.
The June edition showcases members accelerating action on a range of sustainability topics, including hydrogen, carbon capture and storage and nature-based solutions. We also share ISSB’s global sustainability disclosure standards and a just energy transition ecosystem map from ReGenerate.
The network brings together the ILO with businesses of all sizes and sectors from around the globe to develop actionable resources and tools, and devise local solutions that help shape national frameworks to eradicate forced labour.