A national programme to recognise climate action by industries using a three dimensional assessment methodology that aims to raise the bar on climate action. A team of qualified CII certified assessors will assess applications over a period of five months and provide unbiased analysis. Some of its distinguishing characteristics include:
Overseen by an independent non-industry based Jury
700 man-hours spent by certified CAP Assessors per application.
Feedback report provided at the end of the complete cycle based on the framework
Based on a CII Climate-Maturity model and using the principles of business excellence framework
Applications are open to industry professionals, with experience of 9 years or more in the field of climate change adaptation and mitigation projects
Educational background of environment, engineering, science or others related fields
Preference will be given to professionals with experience in energy, environment and climate change
Expression of Interest
26th February 2024
Depending on maturity level, companies are recognised as
Identifies primary risk, GHG management, target decided, participatory culture
Each applicant gets secured access to on-line Awards Questionnaire. An exhaustive questionnaire comprising of all relevant aspects related to climate change mitigation & adaptation divided in 4 broad sectors Infrastructure, Service, Light Manufacturing & Energy, Mining andHeavy Manufacturing
Download sector specific sample questionnaire for:
CII-CERTIFIED CAP 2.0° ASSESSOR PROGRAMME
With the upcoming need of professionals with an understanding of climate action and the risks and opportunities associated with it, CII-CESD initiated this training program to build capacity in climate change and add to a pool of 60+ trained assessors for assessment of Climate Action Programme (CAP) 2.0° Awards. CII undertakes this 3-day advanced training for selected professionals with experience of 10 years or more in environment, engineering or science, on various aspects of climate action like GHG inventory, risk and opportunities, management, transparency and accountability. The training enhances capacities and capabilities of the assessors on climate action, adaptation and mitigation. The training also provides an opportunity to visit different companies and learn from their best practices. The initiative does not only aim at creating expertise in the field but also creating a vast network of climate action professionals.