INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
International Climate Development Institute is a non-profit organization that focuses on climate change, human rights, intergenerational justice, and developing rights, and actively participates in international activities. Inspired by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), ICDI actively implement the SDG13 “Climate Action”. The core belief of the organization is the concern for climate change and the right to human development; that is, when we talk about the adjustment and transformation that human beings need in the face of climate change, developing rights are important as well. With professional knowledge in climate governance, the organization provides assistance of capacity building, energy transformation, and development of adaptation strategies to disadvantaged groups to help them move towards a sustainable life with climate resilience.
Vector Lights - Auckland City
The Vector Lights project aims to make use of an iconic piece of urban infrastructure as a continual storytelling canvas to promote renewable energy and raise awareness of the critical role of renewable energy. The launch of the project is participated by multiple sectors, including public sectors, private sectors and social organization. By the wide participation, the launch of lights attracted 5.4 million people to watch. After campaign, the research has demonstrated that awareness of Vector’s solar business has increased to 11% (up from 9%) and battery awareness is now 6%.