Clinton Climate Initiative - CCI
The Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) is a Clinton Foundation project dedicated to making a difference in the fight against climate change in practical and measurable ways, initiating programs that directly result in substantial reductions in heat-trapping greenhouse gas emissions.
In its first phase, CCI is working with members of the C40 Large Cities Climate Leadership Group to develop and implement a range of actions that will accelerate greenhouse gas emissions reductions. To enable its partner cities to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions, CCI is providing direct assistance to individual cities, creating a purchasing consortium to pool the purchasing power of these cities, and facilitating the sharing of information about successful and replicable programs. The Initiative has joined with a range of the world's leading organizations and institutions to achieve these objectives.
CCI is working with the C40 Large Cities Climate Leadership Group, an association of large cities dedicated to tackling climate change—to develop and implement a range of actions that will accelerate greenhouse gas emissions reductions. With cities contributing approximately 75 percent of all heat-trapping greenhouse gas emissions to our atmosphere, while only comprising 2 percent of land mass, large cities are critical to winning this fight and slowing the pace of global warming.
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