International climate protection projects

One of many international projects: "Savings Groups Enable Women to Afford an Efficient Cook Stove". Photo: Robert Hörnig

myclimate's international projects are located in developing and emerging countries. The projects meet the highest standards (Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), Gold Standard, Plan Vivo) and contribute to the UN's sustainable development goals (SDGs).

International myclimate projects not only reduce greenhouse gas emissions but also promote social, ecological and economic development in the region (sustainable development goals (SDGs)). For example, the local population benefits from a higher quality of life or health, the creation of jobs, empowerment as well as the transfer of knowledge and technologies. myclimate climate protection projects also carry out reforestation and new forest initiatives that reduce the pressure on natural forests and species diversity.

myclimate projects cover a total of eleven different technologies for climate protection: waste management, biogas, biomass, efficient stoves, energy efficiency, solar, transport, forests, water (cleaning and saving), water power and wind. myclimate works with selected local project partners, thereby strengthening local initiatives and the transfer of technologies.

myclimate has had experience in project development as well as monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV), and the use of different international standards, since 2002. myclimate projects can now be found in 30 countries around the globe, from solar cookers in Bolivia, water preparation in Uganda and biogas plants in India to composting facilities in Nepal.

The high level of quality and efficiency of myclimate projects has been confirmed repeatedly by various independent international studies.