Climate Change

Our Work on Climate Change

Tools and Resources

North American Supply Chain Energy Management Program

Between 2018 and 2019, cohorts of OEM and their suppliers received best-in-class ISO 50001 training through a series of in-person and remote training sessions over 12 months.

North American Energy Management Pilot Program

A total of 18 industrial facilities from 9 companies across North America received an 18-month training program on the ISO 50001 energy management standard and the Superior Energy Performance® program.

North American Collaboration on Ecosystem Carbon Sources and Storage

Trilaterally agreed methods and products to monitor continental land cover change and model landscape-level ecosystem carbon changes to improve North America’s capacity to store carbon and reduce GHG emissions

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