THE DECLARATION IS ENDORSED BY DOZENS OF GOVERNMENTS, 30 OF THE WORLD'S BIGGEST COMPANIES, AND OVER 50 OF THE MOST INFLUENTIAL CIVIL SOCIETY AND INDIGENOUS ORGANIZATIONS.
1. COSTA RICA
2. IRELAND3. FRANCE4. JAPAN5. MEXICO6. NETHERLANDS7. NIGERIA8. NIGER9. NORWAY10. PHILIPPINES11. SPAIN12. UNITED KINGDOM13. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA14. VIET NAM15. THE ALLIANCE OF RELIGIONS &CONSERVATION (ARC)16. ASIA FARMERS¬Äô ASSOCIATION FORSUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (AFA)17. ASSOCIATION FOR AGRICULTURAL RESEARCHASIA PACIFIC (NAARAP)18. CONSULTATIVE GROUP ON INTERNATIONALAGRICULTURAL RESEARCH(CGIAR) CONSORTIUM
ANGOLA, BOTSWANA, BURUNDI, THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF¬†CONGO, DJIBOUTI, EGYPT, ETHIOPIA, KENYA, LESOTHO, MALAWI, MOZAMBIQUE, NAMIBIA, RWANDA, SOUTH¬†AFRICA, SUDAN, SWAZILAND, UGANDA, THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA, ZAMBIA, AND ZIMBABWE,¬†FRANCE, ITALY, NEW ZEALAND, THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, THE UNITED STATES OF¬†AMERICA,¬†THE AFRICAN UNION COMMISSION, THE EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY, THE NEW PARTNERSHIP¬†FOR AFRICA¬ÄôS DEVELOPMENTINTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS: THE AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK, AGENCE FRAN√ßAISE DED√©VELOPPEMENT,¬†THE UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME, THE UNITED NATIONS ECONOMICCOMMISSION FOR AFRICA,¬†COPPERBELT ENERGY COOPERATION, ENEL
THE PARTNERS INCLUDE ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, BAHAMAS, BARBADOS, CAPE VERDE, COOK ISLANDS, EUROPEAN UNION, FIJI, FRANCE, GERMANY, GRENADA, GUYANA, INDIAN OCEAN COMMISSION, IRENA, JAPAN, KIRIBATI, MALDIVES, MAURITIUS, NAURU, NIUE, NEW ZEALAND, NORWAY, REPUBLIC OF MARSHALL ISLANDS, PALAU, SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE, SAMOA, SE4ALL, SEYCHELLES, ST. VINCENT AND GRENADINE, TONGA, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, TUVALU, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, UNDP, VANUATU, THE WORLD BANK.
AGENCE FRAN√ßAISE DE D√©VELOPPEMENT (FRENCH AGENCY FOR DEVELOPMENT - AFD (AFD)- KREDITANSTALT F√ľR WIEDERAUFBAU (GERMANY DEVELOPMENT BANK - KFW) (KFW)- CAF ¬Äď DEVELOPMENT BANK OF LATIN AMERICA- BANK OF AMERICA- JAPAN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AGENCY (JICA)- WORLD RESOURCES INSTITUTE (WRI)- CARBON DISCLOSURE PROJECT (CDP)- C40- CLIMATE BONDS INITIATIVE- EUROPEAN INVESTMENT BANK (EIB)- GOLD STANDARD- ICLEI- MERIDIAM INFRASTRUCTURE- UN-HABITAT- WORLD BANK GROUP- WORLD WILDLIFE FEDERATION (WWF)
C40,¬†ICLEI,¬†UNITED CITIES AND LOCAL¬†GOVERNMENTS (UCLG),¬†WORLD RESOURCES INSTITUTE¬†(WRI),¬†ENERGY CITIES,¬†EUROCITIES,¬†THE CLIMATE GROUP,¬†CHINESE GLOBAL MAYORS¬†FORUM,¬†CITYNET
CHINA AND THE UNITED STATES
AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK, ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK, CAF-DEVELOPMENT BANK OF LATIN AMERICA, EUROPEAN BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT, EUROPEAN INVESTMENT BANK, INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK, ISLAMIC DEVELOPMENT BANK, AND WORLD BANK
The Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport report "Creating Universal Access to Safe, Clean and Affordable Transport" concludes that the implementation of the Voluntary Commitments on Sustainable Transport launched at Rio+20 are well on track.
Finland commits to make a financial contribution to achieving access to sanitation for people in the least developed countries of the world.
AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK
By 2030 the African Development Bank will invest $20 billion and mobilize $80 billion to provide the expertise African countries need to achieve their own energy goals.
EUROPEAN BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has a sustainable energy financing target of $8 billion for the period 2012 to 2014 with a total investment target of $30 billion including cofinancing with partners which supports SE4ALL goals.
Dell will reduce its worldwide facilities GHG emissions by 40 percent by 2015.
DuPont will continue to encourage renewable energy options and increase annual revenue by at least $2 billion from products that create energy efficiency and/or significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.¬†
GDF SUEZ has launched an initiative to support social entrepreneurs to provide sustainable access to energy for all with financing of $130,000,000.¬†
GLOBAL SUSTAINABLE ELECTRICITY PARTNERSHIP
Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership commits to increase access to clean electricity to off-grid households, expand its current capacity-building workshops and fund the development of the Electrification Roadmaps for Southern Africa.
THE ENERGY AND RESOURCES INSITUTE
This programme aims to create access to clean lighting for energy deprived households through solar and other clean energy technologies. TERI commits to impact 10 million lives providing them access to clean lighting through solar and other clean technologies by 2018 with funding of $2 million.
THE PROCTOR & GAMBLE COMPANY
By 2020 The Proctor & Gamble Company¬† will have 30% of their production plants energy needs being provided by renewable energy,
As part of the Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) initiative of the United Nations Secretary-General Brazil commits to promote the use of renewable and clean sources for the production of energy, universal energy access and energy efficiency through an investment of 240 billion US dollars.
NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL IN COLLABORATION WITH ALLIES IN THE CONSERVATION COMMUNITY, BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT.¬†
Signatories commitment to immediately develop, publicize, and support specific time-bound measureable commitments to reduce plastic pollution, especially in the context of the Global Programme of Action for the Protection of the Marine Environment from Land-Based Activities.¬†
UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME (UNEP)
The Global Partnership on Marine Litter will tackle the damage caused by marine litter to the environment, livelihoods and human health. The partnership is a co-ordinating forum and will encourage governments, NGOs, scientists and academics to collaborate.
THE¬†NATIONAL READY MIXED CONCRETE ASSOCIATION (NRMCA) AND ARCHITECTURE 2030
The¬†National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) has signed on to the 2030 Challenge for Products, a global challenge to specify and manufacture products that meet a carbon footprint of 30% below the product average through 2014, and subsequently improve on this reduction: 35% in 2015; 40% in 2020; 45% in 2025; and 50% in 2030.
INTERNATIONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY AGENCY
The aim of IRELP is to establish a one-stop-shop for renewable energy education and training.
Tuvalu commits to increasing their percentage of renewable energy used in power generation and improving their energy efficiency.¬†
ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
Antigua and Barbuda commit to diversifying its matrix of renewable energy with a target of receiving 15% of its energy supply from renewably energy by 2030.¬†
Barbados commits to renewable energy generation in order to increase the share of economically viable renewable energy in Barbados‚Äôs energy mix.¬† Barbados also commits to electric energy efficiency, to achieve savings in the country‚Äôs consumption of electricity.¬†