The world is transitioning to a low carbon economy, adopting renewable energy to limit greenhouse gas emissions, while sustaining investment, development and growth. 

Global Carbon Data links international emissions information.

A global carbon price can be achieved by developing international standards for reducing polluting emissions from greenhouse gases, starting with the electricity grid. 
Climate Change has to be addressed urgently. An international carbon market based on accurate metrics can stimulate new investment in emissions reduction activities
Electricity is the largest single source of greenhouse gas emissions. Renewable energy micro grids can replace fossil carbon electricity, providing carbon offsets/credits to a global carbon market.

Information Technology can support a healthy biosphere.

Carbon Trading Exchange: Globally connected carbon markets

No matter whether the choice is a carbon tax or emissions trading scheme, a global price on carbon is the best chance for the international community to address climate change successfully to limit global warming to 2 degrees.

Trac-Car article Climate Change Knowledge Management in the Respond 2014 magazine, from the United Nations COP 19 in Warsaw 

For data exchange about climate projects, science and economics, information models are absolutely essential to deploy public information sharing by geographic location. Trac-Car is designing a Climate Cloud to link greenhouse gas emission reduction projects with scientific and economic viability workflows. We'd like to make this a searchable public data cloud.  A Climate Cloud can provide for online applications and processing of climate project financing.


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Greenhouse Emissions Reporting: Energy insight Reporting

Energy efficiency starts with collecting information about energy usage, and calculating the carbon footprint of a company, building or facility. 

Application of carbon emissions factors to energy savings provides a simple way to calculate value-for-money spent on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Enterprise Information Model:  Head start for data management

An Enterprise Information Model provides a framework for enterprise planning and business process automation common to every organization engaged in customer-centric service delivery.

Manage Technology Transformation
Time is valuable for cost effective business transition. An intelligent, incisive technology audit in the context of industry best practice is an effective way to move ahead of the curve.

An initial overview of whole system design, existing technology and current usage patterns can provide a baseline for the development of new technology facilities and applications. Trac-Car's model based framework can greatly speed delivery of technology projects, providing a faster response to competing stakeholder demands, facilitating collaborative stakeholder engagement.

Manage complexity by making data from international sources readily accessible to business intelligence and big data analytics. Cloud infrastructure can automate the process of gathering information from different data sources hosted anywhere - on premises, and in public and private cloud computing data centres. 


Response to Climate Risk

The carbon cycle is the most important mechanism for managing the stability of life on the planet. The level of CO2 in the atmosphere determines the amount of solar radiation that reaches the Earth's surface.  It is vital that the balance of carbon exchange provides a temperature range that supports life as we know it. 

Climate Knowledge Management White Paper

The deployment of real-time global climate information sharing can provide dissemination of local knowledge from hands-on experience, as well as established climate science. Most countries are responding to climate change with specific activities addressing agriculture, horticulture, silviculture, and aquaculture as well as improvements to local ecosystems.  Knowledge sharing and collaboration across organisations is key. What help can ICT provide for emissions mitigation and adaptation?