Green Cooling Initiative

Green Cooling in 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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11.08.2020 , News : "We saw a need for com­pa­nies and peop­le to con­nect and con­ti­nue to do busi­ness"

Shecco is launching world’s first virtual tradeshow on natural refrigerants in September 2020 – GIZ Proklima will be hosting an exhibition booth

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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.

06/2020 , Pu­bli­ca­ti­on - Vi­deo : Vi­deo: Sustainable Cold Chains: Pro­tec­tion for a healthy life (EN)

Most medicines, especially vaccines, have to be kept cool during transport, storage and the inoculation.

06/2020 , Pu­bli­ca­ti­on - Vi­deo : Vi­deo: From na­tu­re to ta­ble - a food sto­ry (EN)

Ever thought about how fresh food gets to your plate from its source in nature?

Virtual natural refrigerants tradeshow 

World map

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

Find out in the interactive map

Mo­re news

01.03.2020 , News : KMUT­NB boosts trai­ning for Green Coo­ling tran­si­ti­on

For a long time, Thailand has relied on synthetic refrigerants and is only now discovering the enormous potential in natural-refrigerant technologies.

01.03.2020 , News : Vac­ci­na­ti­on tool "em­mu­ni­ze" achie­ves next mi­les­to­ne

In 2018, the digital vaccination management tool emmunize was selected to participate in the accelerator programme by the GIZ Innovation Fund.

In­ter­ac­tive: Coo­ling sub­sec­tors

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

Net­work mem­bers