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Finance ClimAct, moving towards more sustainable financing

Finance ClimAct project supports savers, financial institutions and companies.
The programme aims to provide concrete tools to integrate climate issues into investment decisions, enabling financial flows to be aligned with energy-climate objectives and strengthening the resilience of the financial system to climate risks.

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  • An industrial Low-carbon industry +2
    Sectoral Transition Plan Chemical industry: infografic memo on decarbonization challenges and routes 14 June 2021

    Infografic memo in French on the key decarbonization challenges and routes of the glass sector in France. This document was elaborated by ADEME as part of the Sectorial Transition Plans, which aims at building sectorial decarbonization pathways for heavy industry sectors in France. Download file

  • A retail investor Green savings +2
    The Sustainable Finance Observatory publishes its first activity report 7 April 2021

    The Sustainable Finance Observatory aims to contribute to the transparency, monitoring, and evaluation of the gradual transformation of French financial players. Seven months after its creation, it publishes its first activity report. The latter aims to provide an inventory of its creation and operation. It also seeks to promote similar initiatives by presenting the main stages in the creation of a Financial Center Observatory. Download file

  • An industrial Low-carbon industry +2
    Sectoral Transition Plan Glass: infografic memo on decarbonization challenges and routes 26 March 2021

    Infografic memo in French on the key decarbonization challenges and routes of the glass sector in France. This document was elaborated by ADEME as part of the Sectorial Transition Plans, which aims at building sectorial decarbonization pathways for heavy industry sectors in France. Download file

  • Low-carbon industry +2
    Sectoral Transition Plan Cement: ADEME publies its sythesis of the first technico-economic results 1 March 2021

    The French cement industry faces significant techno-economic challenges on its path to meeting the ambition of the French National Low-Carbon Strategy (SNBC). The report synthetizes the first results of the Sectoral Transition Plan (STP) of the French cement sector. Key findings highlight the overall complexity in decarbonizing this industry especially due to hard-to-abate process emissions along with massive investments required. Download file

  • A retail investor Green savings +2
    Sustainable Finance Observatory: the Scientific and Expertise Committee publishes its preliminary recommendations 25 February 2021

    In line with the transparency dynamic set up within the Sustainable Finance Observatory, the independent Scientific and Expert Committee has just published its first preliminary recommendations. The Observatory's Steering Committee should soon respond to its recommendations. Download file

  • A retail investor Green savings +2
    Sustainable Finance Observatory: ADEME and 2DII present their comments and proposals 12 February 2021

    2DII and ADEME present their comments and recommendations on the areas for improvement of the Sustainable Finance Observatory in order to achieve its mid-term objectives, as well as proposals to achieve them! Download file

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Publications
  • An industrial Low-carbon industry +2
    Sectoral Transition Plan Chemical industry: infografic memo on decarbonization challenges and routes 14 June 2021

    Infografic memo in French on the key decarbonization challenges and routes of the glass sector in France. This document was elaborated by ADEME as part of the Sectorial Transition Plans, which aims at building sectorial decarbonization pathways for heavy industry sectors in France. Download file

  • A retail investor Green savings +2
    The Sustainable Finance Observatory publishes its first activity report 7 April 2021

    The Sustainable Finance Observatory aims to contribute to the transparency, monitoring, and evaluation of the gradual transformation of French financial players. Seven months after its creation, it publishes its first activity report. The latter aims to provide an inventory of its creation and operation. It also seeks to promote similar initiatives by presenting the main stages in the creation of a Financial Center Observatory. Download file

  • An industrial Low-carbon industry +2
    Sectoral Transition Plan Glass: infografic memo on decarbonization challenges and routes 26 March 2021

    Infografic memo in French on the key decarbonization challenges and routes of the glass sector in France. This document was elaborated by ADEME as part of the Sectorial Transition Plans, which aims at building sectorial decarbonization pathways for heavy industry sectors in France. Download file

  • Low-carbon industry +2
    Sectoral Transition Plan Cement: ADEME publies its sythesis of the first technico-economic results 1 March 2021

    The French cement industry faces significant techno-economic challenges on its path to meeting the ambition of the French National Low-Carbon Strategy (SNBC). The report synthetizes the first results of the Sectoral Transition Plan (STP) of the French cement sector. Key findings highlight the overall complexity in decarbonizing this industry especially due to hard-to-abate process emissions along with massive investments required. Download file

  • A retail investor Green savings +2
    Sustainable Finance Observatory: the Scientific and Expertise Committee publishes its preliminary recommendations 25 February 2021

    In line with the transparency dynamic set up within the Sustainable Finance Observatory, the independent Scientific and Expert Committee has just published its first preliminary recommendations. The Observatory's Steering Committee should soon respond to its recommendations. Download file

  • A retail investor Green savings +2
    Sustainable Finance Observatory: ADEME and 2DII present their comments and proposals 12 February 2021

    2DII and ADEME present their comments and recommendations on the areas for improvement of the Sustainable Finance Observatory in order to achieve its mid-term objectives, as well as proposals to achieve them! Download file

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Key figures :

1,000 financing actors trained on energy efficiency and low-carbon issues

9 most energy-intensive French sectors covered by a sector transition plan

100% of savers asked by their financial advisors about their environmental preferences

14 most emissive sectors covered by ACT initiative

10% of the market of eligible financial products covered by the Eco-label

18 million euros of budget

60 conferences, webinars and workshops to disseminate our work

The consortium