The below listed initiatives help to broaden the understanding of the Climate Warehouse’s program.
- Networked Carbon Markets: The NCM initiative is a key component of the World Bank Group’s long-term efforts to promote and enable carbon pricing by developing and piloting tools and knowledge products to support bottom-up, linked international climate markets. The objective is to enhance the transparency and comparability of heterogeneous climate actions.
- Transformative Carbon Asset Facility: TCAF works with national policy makers to help shape environmental, energy, and climate change policy to reach meaningful scale and create a lasting, transformative social impact.
- Carbon Initiative for Development: Ci-Dev has a portfolio of programs that supporting similar emissions reduction projects, often small-scale at the household level. It has developed the Standardized Crediting Framework—a new approach to crediting emission reductions in the post-Kyoto era.
- Carbon Partnership Facility: CPF, one of the World Bank’s major carbon finance instruments works to develop emission reductions and supports their purchase, on a larger scale through the provision of carbon finance to long-term investments.
- Forest Carbon Partnership Facility: FCPF focuses on sustainable forest and land use. These funds guide readiness and implementation of reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+), including testing purchase of REDD+ credits and incentivizing the development and implementation of sustainable land use activities.
- Climate Finance: Climate Finance at the World Bank is critical to supporting developing countries to build resilience to worsening climate impacts and to catalyzing private sector climate investment.