The Climate Registry (TCR) is a non-profit organization that empowers North American organizations to do more in the fight against climate change. We provide best-in-class services and tools that help companies, governments and institutions reduce their emissions.
Established in 2007, The Climate Registry was formed to continue the work of the California Climate Action Registry (CCAR). CCAR was developed by the State of California in 2001, to promote and protect businesses’ early actions to manage and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. Recognizing that climate change is a global issue and success in emissions reporting must be based on consistent data in an integrated system that stretched beyond California’s borders, The Climate Registry was established to expand CCAR’s emissions reporting work to include all of North America.
Total greenhouse gas emissions inventories reported and verified through The Climate Registry, representing 320 organizations.
U.S. organizations from 19 sectors have won Climate Leadership Awards.
TCR-led delegations, comprising leaders of states, local governments, NGOs and corporations, have attended the annual UN Conference of the Parties.
Best practice GHG reporting protocols have been published by TCR.
The Climate Registry is empowering organizations in all sectors to reduce their carbon footprint. Working with a coalition of climate leaders from state and provincial governments, corporations, nonprofits and universities, we have made tremendous progress to date. We look forward to working with you to mitigate climate change. Read our 2021 Impact Report to learn more about the work we do and the members, partners, and supporters who inspire us.
Our renowned GHG measurement and reporting programs will guide you with knowledge and resources about your GHG emissions on the road to net zero. Our resources and tools will help your organization accomplish your GHG reporting and reduction goals effectively and efficiently.
TCR advises a wide range of organizations, such as government agencies, on measuring and managing their GHG emissions from their own operations.
Our conferences, educational webinars, and networking events are an opportunity for you to connect with a dedicated community of climate leaders in North America. Not only will you expand your knowledge, but you will also find partners and collaborators within our network of industry leaders.