We are pleased to welcome the following partners to participate in Decarb Connect North America 2022. There are a range of partner and media opportunities, if you would like to get involved, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
ClearBlue Markets (“ClearBlue”) is an award-winning carbon market company whose team has pioneered the carbon markets since 2000. The ClearBlue team has unmatched practical experience in all aspects of global carbon markets, including market analysis, regulatory analysis, strategy development, carbon allowance trading, offset sales, structured deals, reporting and compliance management.
ClearBlue is at the forefront of the North American and European carbon markets supporting regulated entities, market participants and organizations identify and optimize market opportunities. ClearBlue has unique carbon market expertise that allows us to effectively advise organizations on how to best manage the complexities that have been introduced with new carbon pricing programs. ClearBlue provides in-depth carbon market analysis and regular carbon market updates developed through our proprietary analytical models. With a carbon market focus, ClearBlue delivers integrated and cutting-edge solutions to manage carbon value and continues to provide leading market and regulatory analysis through our weekly market updates, supply and demand reports, live updates, and special market reports to provide price forecasts, supply and demand forecasts and market player behaviour and sentiments analysis. Additionally, ClearBlue provides its unique market analysis and commentary to stakeholders and regulatory authorities in emerging carbon markets in Asia and South America.
The World Cement Association, founded in 2016, is the largest independent organisation that works globally on behalf of the cement and clinker industry and its stakeholders, with offices in London and Beijing. We are a not for profit company incorporated under UK law, owned and controlled by our members.
The majority of our members are cement producers, ranging from the world’s largest companies, with capacities of 540mtpa, to some of the smallest, with capacities of 0.5mpta. We also represent companies across the wider value chain, including specialist engineering firms, equipment suppliers and technology providers.
WCA supports a sustainable cement industry, encouraging technical development and innovation by its members to achieve full decarbonisation, in line with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and the 2015 Paris Agreement.
We are a trusted, expert guide to Net Zero, bringing purpose led, vital expertise from the climate change frontline. We have been pioneering decarbonisation for more than 20 years for businesses, governments, and organisations around the world.
We draw on the experience of over 300 experts internationally, accelerating progress and providing solutions to this existential crisis. We have supported over 3,000 organisations in 50 countries with their climate action planning, collaborating with 150+ partners in setting science-based targets, and supporting cities across 5 continents on the journey to Net Zero.
Concrete is more than a building material. It provides homes, it connects communities, it encourages trade, it provides energy, it improves health, it broadens people’s minds.
The most widely used man-made product on the planet needs a global voice. The GCCA is the trusted, authoritative platform and voice for the cement and concrete sector across the world. Our work will help ensure that the views of cement and concrete are holistic and based on robust evidence.
GCCA’s membership consists of cement producers from right across the globe. With new members joining all the time, we are quickly working towards our membership accounting for 50% of global cement production capacity.
Carbon Herald is a news website covering carbon-related topics, such as investment, science, technology and policy.
The goal of Carbon Herald is to discover and share the stories of people and companies in the rapidly growing carbon management industry.
Our coverage includes decarbonisation efforts from established companies, startups looking to permanently remove CO2, as well as carbon markets and offsets.
Climate Now is a multimedia resource explaining science and economics of climate change. We cover the key scientific theories, terms, and systems underpinning our understanding of how and why the climate is changing and what we can do about it. By exploring innovative technologies, scientific research, supportive policies, and economic levers relevant to climate and the energy transition, we are providing the knowledge we need for the future we want.