In Indonesia illegal logging and forest degradation destroy nearly 1 million hectares of forest each year, endangering indigenous species, threatening livelihoods, and contributing to harmful greenhouse gas emissions.
The Katingan Project was created in 2008, as a multi-party collaborative effort to reduce tropical forest degradation in the district of Katingan in the Indonesian part of Borneo.
There are more than 900,000 buildings in New York City alone. These structures, both historic and contemporary, literally define a city like New York. Landmarks like the Empire State Building...Read More about How the Empire State Building is Redefining Sustainability and Supporting the Economy In New York City
The Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) Cities program works in an aligned partnership with the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group – a network of 59 large and engaged cities from around the world committed to implementing meaningful and sustainable climate-related policies and programs locally that will help address climate change globally. New York City released its first benchmarking...Read More about Analyzing New York City’s Energy Usage
Reversing deforestation – which accounts for up to 15 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions – is central to combatting climate change. Yet forest conservation poses a complex problem in developing countries, where governments must balance the need to protect forests with the needs of local people who rely on...Read More about Protecting Forests and Livelihoods in Tanzania
The Clinton Climate Initiative has recently unveiled the Home Energy Affordability Loan (HEAL) Small Business Model as a means of bringing its energy-based employee benefits to small companies in Arkansas. One such company is Powers of...Read More about CCI HEAL Small Business Program CEO Takes the Benefits of Retrofitting Into His Own Home