Carbon War Room and Rocky Mountain Institute are leading a joint effort to unlock opportunities to scale renewable energy projects across the Caribbean. This work was accelerated on Necker Island three weeks ago with commitments from the British Virgin Islands, Colombia, Dominica, Saint Kitts & Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Tucks & Caicos to join the Ten Island Renewable Challenge, and fast-track individual projects to demonstrate sustainability solutions on islands. Government representatives from thirteen Caribbean countries convened with CEOs and executives from over thirty corporations and institutions to build projects and support networks for this work. Read More.
In a joint effort to unlock opportunities on scaling renewable energy projects across the Caribbean basin, Carbon War Room and Rocky Mountain Institute brokered commitments from the British Virgin Islands, Colombia, Dominica, Saint Kitts & Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Tucks & Caicos. Read More.
"We are excited to be sharing the latest consultation draft of the Carbon War Room Report, Smart Growth Pathways: Building a Green Platform for Sustainable Aruba, as a conversation starter." Peter Boyd, COO, Carbon War Room
As part of the partnership between the Carbon War Room and the Government of Aruba, Carbon War Room President Jose Maria Figueres has officially released the roadmap for how the Government of Aruba can build a low-carbon future. The roadmap, captured in Smart Growth Pathways: Building a Green Platform for Sustainable Aruba, was presented to the Prime Minister at a press conference on Friday October 11 in Oranjestaad, Aruba. Read More.
At the Carbon War Room, we are working to bring ten islands onto 100% renewable energy through the Ten Island Renewable Challenge. We are already on the ground in Aruba and looking to expand to other islands, including St. Lucia, Grenada, and the British Virgin Islands. In recognition of this pioneering project, the Carbon War Room has been selected for the inaugural Urgency Network campaign to compete for $1 million in project funding. By supporting the Carbon War Room on the Urgency Network, you can help implement the change you want to see. Read More.