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What does a CTAP contain?

1) Emission reduction strategy:

Includes current and planned actions (1-3 years) to reduce emissions in line with international targets.

Defines the largest and most relevant sources of company/city emissions.

It also takes into account the company’s investment in new technology and research and external factors (e.g. capital investment, investment in new staff and expertise, technological advances or supplier relationships)

It specifies targets for renewable energy deployment, energy efficiency targets, zero emission fleet targets, supplier engagement targets and new products.

Emphasises the fluidity of strategies (able to respond to new information, trends and challenges)

2) Business strategy management and integration:

Integrate GHG reduction targets into their business models and plans.

3) Public Policy:

Ensuring that all political and business activities and associations are pro-climate change and, conversely, exclude non-cooperation with organisations expressing negative attitudes towards climate change.

4) Rovnoprávnou a spravedlivou transformaci:

A just transition focuses on maximising the social and economic benefits of climate action without creating or increasing systemic inequalities.