Green Cooling Initiative

Green Cooling for a warming world

Cooling is a basic need – from refrigerated food and vaccines to better living conditions in hot climates. But Green Cooling is the only truly sustainable option to protect the climate and ensure the well-being of people at the same time.

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27.09.2023 , News : In­tro­du­cing high­ly en­er­gy ef­fi­ci­ent split R290 ACs in Gha­na

In August 2023, 15 highly efficient Green ACs with ultra-low refrigerant R290 were handed to EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)-Ghana. The equipment has low impact on the environment and high…

NDC Help­desk

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Have a look at our NDC Helpdesk where you can find answers to your questions about the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (RAC) sector and its impact on climate change, as well as its implementation within the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) to the Paris Agreement. 

Be­co­me a mem­ber!

The GCI Network is an alliance of key players in the RAC sector and comprises government institutions, international organisations and the private sector, with the aim of promoting sustainable cooling technologies in order to protect the global climate. Stay up to date at all times: sign up and become a member.

Green Coo­ling Li­bra­ry

Download publications and watch event recordings 

World map

How do your country's cooling emissions compare to others?

Find out in the interactive map

Mo­re news

21.09.2020 , News : Green Coo­ling for a bet­ter fu­ture

How to achieve a better and more sustainable future for everyone - and where cooling comes into play

In­ter­ac­tive: Coo­ling sub­sec­tors

What are the main sectors in which cooling is needed? What is the GHG-mitigation potential per sector?

Be­co­me a mem­ber!

The Green Cooling network is united on one goal: the transformation of the cooling sector – for the benefit of people, the environment, and our shared future.

Fol­low us on Twit­ter!

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Find our latest tweets about the RAC sector and our current activities here.

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