Weltkarte

Tanzania

Energy-efficient cook-stoves replace open fire places for cooking and therefore preserve the local forest. This project is implementend by our partner Kagera Coffee Union in cooperation with gepa and El Puente.

Kenya

Energy-efficient cook-stoves replace open fire places for cooking in our project in Kenya. Consequently less wood has been burnt and emissions are reduced.

 

Lesotho

Energy-efficient cook-stoves reduce emissions due to cooking as less fire wood has been used. Further the new method produces less smoke and therefore households benefits from less air pollution and a better condition of health.

Rwanda

Our partner RDIS in Rwanda implements this project, and replaces open fire places for cooking with energy-efficient cook-stoves. Additionally water filters are in use to make clean drinking water available.

 

India

Currently we support five projects in India that focus on energy-efficiency and the use of renewable energy. All projects reduce emissions, tackle poverty, support the health and stimulate gender equality.

 

 

Cameroon

Due to the use of the wonderbag less wood has been used for cooking. This supports the conservation of the forest.

 

Cuba

Renewable energy through biogas plants on household level reduces emissions, supports income and offers clean technology in the project in Cuba.

Nicaragua

Energy-efficient cook-stoves replace open fire places for cooking. Therefore less wood has been used for cooking and forest preserved. The project is implemented by our partner, the local Lutheran Church Nicaragua.

 

Bangladesh

Myanmar

Renewable energy with photovoltaic panels on the roof of a hospital in the Chin-State of Myanmar

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energy-efficient cook-stoves in Kenya

Project type
energy efficiency
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Kenya
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energy-efficient cook stoves and drinking water filters in Rwanda

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energy efficiency
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Rwanda
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Energy-efficient cookers in India

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energy efficiency
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India
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energy-efficient cooking-stoves in India

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energy efficiency
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India
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Gold Standard
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Cooking-bags in Cameroon

Project type
energy efficiency
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Cameroon
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renewable energy with PV-Modules in India

Project type
renewable energy
Project country
India
Certification
Gold Standard
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renewable energy through biogas in India (SEDS)

Project type
renewable energy
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India
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Gold Standard
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renewable energy with biogas in India (ADATS)

Project type
renewable energy
Project country
India
Certification
Fairtrade Climate-Standard Gold Standard Fairtrade Climate-Standard
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energy saving cook-stoves in Bangladesch

Project type
energy efficiency
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Bangladesh
Certification
Gold Standard
SDGs
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development of the voluntary carbon offset market

The development of the voluntary carbon offset market from the Kyoto Protocol to the Paris Climate Protection Treaty is of interest to Klima-Kollekte as a carbon offset provider operating in the voluntary market. In the following, we explain the current status (as of February 09, 2021, data subject to change) and would like to point out that the final developments cannot yet be foreseen in their entirety.

Under the Kyoto Protocol, industrialized countries are obliged to reduce their GHG emissions; under the Paris Climate Change Treaty, all countries have committed to reduce their GHG emissions. The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), under which companies in industrialized countries previously obligated to finance emission reductions in developing and emerging countries and receive credit for them as savings, expires at the end of 2021.

In order to avoid double counting of the same carbon savings in Germany and in the host country of the project, Klima-Kollekte would like to be able to continue to transparently demonstrate whether the carbon reductions achieved in its climate protection projects are credited by the host country towards meeting its climate target. If this is not the case, the host country's reporting must not include the carbon reductions achieved. Exactly what procedures can be used to organize this will possibly be discussed at the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow in November 2021.

We will keep you informed of developments. If you have any questions, please contact the office at info@klima-kollekte.de.

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energy-efficient cook-stoves in Tanzania

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Tanzania
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energy-efficient cook-stoves in Uganda

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energy-efficient cookers in Lesotho

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energy efficiency
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Lesotho
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renewable energy with biogas in Cuba

Project type
renewable energy
Project country
Cuba
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Gold Standard for the Global Goals following Gold Standard criteria
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energy-efficient cook-stoves in Nicaragua

Project type
energy efficiency
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Nicaragua
Certification
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A "Very Good" from the German Consumer Organization “Stiftung Warentest” for the Klima-Kollekte

Stiftung Warentest carried out a study on voluntary CO2 compensation. As one of six participating organizations, Klima-Kollekte gGmbH was examined - and achieved the rating "very good".

The experts wanted to know what the compensation providers are actively doing for climate protection and how they account for their actions. The decisive factor for the test result was the quality of the compensation. In order to be able to measure them, they evaluated the certificates confirming CO2 savings of the projects. The best ratings obtained certificates issued in accordance with the Gold Standard. The Gold Standard is a seal of quality for climate protection projects in developing countries (see above). The WWF and other environmental associations developed it in 2003 seeking to ensure benefits of the projects for both - climate and people. In this respect, Klima-Kollekte has scored among the best, as it works with the particularly demanding Gold Standard certificates.

Detailed test results can be found in the Finanztest edition (03/2018) and on the website of Stiftung Warentest. The test table shows how Klima-Kollekte compares with other suppliers for the criteria quality of compensation, transparency, management and control.

 

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