Climate action. A new level.
Explore how your organisation can become ClimatePartner certified.
Embed the five steps of climate action in your organisation
Follow through with a robust reduction plan to reduce emissions, then financially contribute to global climate projects.
A climate action strategy takes only five steps.
The ClimatePartner certified label
The ClimatePartner certified label provides transparent disclosure of a company’s entire climate action strategy.
Climate action is depicted by the stylised letters ‘C’ and ‘P’ that surround a circle, the symbol for our planet earth.
The ClimatePartner label indicates exactly what has been certified: a company or a product.
The unique climate-ID number and the associated URL can be used to track the climate action measures that are associated with that specific label.
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The QR code facilitates quick access to all related information via a smartphone.
ClimatePartner certification affirms that a company has gone through all five steps of a climate action strategy. When consumers see the ClimatePartner certified label, they are assured that the emissions of the certified product or organisation have been calculated, reduction targets have been set and implemented, and climate projects have been financed to contribute to global climate action.
Each certified company’s individual climate-ID page represents transparency across all five steps and guarantees traceability for climate action. The registry management process of our portfolio of climate projects is certified every year by TÜV Austria, an international specialist in environmental matters.
Why your whole business will love working with ClimatePartner
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The complete guide to understanding Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions
The foundation for any efficient climate action strategy is to track, allocate and measure your carbon emissions with accuracy. This guide will walk you through the fundamental information around Scopes 1, 2, and 3.
The road to net zero
We hear “net zero” in the news all the time. Countries and even companies around the world are making promises to join in the “race to zero”—but what does that really mean?
The essential guide to carbon offsetting
Pave your company's path to net zero through emissions reduction and carbon offsetting. In this guide, learn how to support efforts to mitigate climate change.
What are greenhouse gas emissions and why companies need to act now
Learn how your company can reduce emissions and pave its transition to net zero.
Why climate-related risks and TCFD disclosures matter to business
Over the next 5-10 years, Earth’s greatest climate-related risks can also have a significant impact on a company’s revenue.
Climate Action Awareness Report 2022
This report includes findings about consumer attitudes towards corporate climate action and sustainable shopping.
Customer Success Stories
Benugo - carbon footprint coffee menu
Tiny Life by Atelier Seitz GmbH
Climate action at Lenzing and Suominen
One for life: Climate action at SIGG
Candy Kittens – a Conscious Confectionery Company
Climate action from A to Ytong - CO2 reduction at Xella
Climate action at cosnova – anchoring SBTs within the company
Climate action insights: To keep you in the know
Take advantage of our expertise and resources on climate action, whether you are just starting your climate action journey or already well on your way.
What is Net Zero?
We hear “net zero” in the news all the time. Countries and even companies around the world are making promises to join in the “race to zero”—but what does that really mean? Emilien Hoet, Head of ClimatePartner UK, describes how your company can take its first steps towards sustainability.
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