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.

 

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 impletended by our partner, the local Lutheran Church Nicaragua.

 

Myanmar

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

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Our projects

Klima-Kollekte invests in carbon projects that promote energy efficiency or renewable energies. These carbon projects support climate protection as well as poverty reduction in their particular localities. So as an additional benefit, our projects always contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) defined by the United Nations.

Within the projects, climate protection and development cooperation are invisible linked, because our projects:

  • create better prospects for disadvantaged people in poor districts by supporting village start-ups,
  • strengthen women as small entrepreneurs in the village community,
  • promote health and save energy and time, and
  • support partner organizations in setting up social enterprises with a view to fostering financial self-sufficiency.

In addition to the criteria of the co-benefits for the population our projects are selected according to criteria like the dimension of a project and therefore the saved amount of emissions, the type of project (energy efficiency or renewable energies)and the geographic location.

Our projects meet Gold Standard requirement for certification. The Gold Standard is a quality standard for carbon projects which was developed by environmental and development experts with a view to ensuring that projects comply with the highest standard in connection with the “Clean Development Mechanism” (Certified Emissions Reductions - CER) and therefore with the regulated market. Since 2006, the Gold Standard has also existed in connection with voluntary offsetting (Voluntary Emission Reductions – VER).

At present, Klima-Kollekte is funding carbon projects in Cameroon, India, Kenya, Lesotho, Rwanda and Nicaragua. From 2014 - 2016 57.750 tons of carbon emissions have been offset through our projects with your financial support in total of 1.668.008 Euros.

Where do the certificate originate?

The certificates Klima-Kollekte uses for compensations cannot be purchased on the market but are brought in by the associates. They achieve the certificates by developing and realizing emission saving projects with partners on-site and/or by supporting their partner organizations financially in doing so. Here, Klima-Kollekte benefits from its connection with churches: Klima-Kollekte can use equal relations of many years with project partners in developing countries and emerging nations. At the moment, we are realizing projects in India, Nicaragua, Ruanda and Kenia (in preparation).

Certification and independent verification

Klima-Kollekte gets its climate protection projects certified and thus achieves the certificates (Certified Emissions Reductions – CER) and (Voluntary Emissions Reductions – VER).
All Klima-Kollekte projects with an annual CO2 reduction of over 5000 tons of CO2 are certified Gold Standard.
Projects with an annual CO2 reduction of less than 5000 tons of CO2 have to be developed according to Gold Standard. An external certifier verifies some of the projects at random.
A permanent certification would be uneconomical for micro projects with an annual saving of less than 5000 tons of CO2. Yet, to still have these reasonable projects related to development policy, Klima-Kollekte adds them to their portfolio. The project standards used (documentation, methodology, baseline etc.) also have to be in line with Gold Standard.

Criteria, Gold Standard and certification

Keeping strict standards when selecting and realizing a project guarantees that

  • projects actually contribute to climate protection
  • they are realized in addition to other efforts concerning climate protection
  • they have no negative effects on environment and development on-site and
  • they contribute to sustainable development and combating poverty

Therefore, the projects’ selection and realization occur according to the Gold Standard. It is a quality standard for CO2 compensation projects developed by environment and development experts. The Gold Standard takes into account the contribution to emission saving as well as to sustainable development. It guaranties, that projects within the scope of “Clean Development Mechanism” meet highest requirements.
Klima-Kollekte also guarantees that each emission avoiding certificate showing the respective amount of greenhouse gases saved is allocated only once and is then closed down.

 

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energy-efficient cook-stoves in Tanzania

Project type
energy efficiency
Project country
Tanzania
Certification
following Gold Standard criteria
SDGs
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energy-efficient cook-stoves in Kenya

Project type
energy efficiency
Project country
Kenya
Certification
Gold Standard
SDGs
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energy-efficient cookers in Lesotho

Project type
energy efficiency
Project country
Lesotho
Certification
following Gold Standard criteria
SDGs
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energy-efficient cook stoves and drinking water filters in Rwanda

Project type
energy efficiency
Project country
Rwanda
Certification
Gold Standard
SDGs
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Energy-efficient cookers in India

Project type
energy efficiency
Project country
India
Certification
Gold Standard
SDGs
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energy-efficient cooking-stoves in India

Project type
energy efficiency
Project country
India
Certification
Gold Standard
SDGs
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Cooking-bags in Cameroon

Project type
energy efficiency
Project country
Cameroon
Certification
Gold Standard
SDGs
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renewable energy with PV-Modules in India

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

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

Project type
renewable energy
Project country
India
Certification
Fairtrade Climate-Standard Gold Standard
SDGs
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energy-efficient cook-stoves in Nicaragua

Project type
energy efficiency
Project country
Nicaragua
Certification
following Gold Standard criteria
SDGs
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