News & Analysis
12 February 2024
Global vehicle manufacturer Tata Motors joins LeadIT
The Leadership Group for Industry Transition (LeadIT) welcomes its latest new member, the global automotive manufacturer Tata Motors. Tata Motors is India's leading vehicle maker and one of the biggest in the world encompassing commercial and passenger vehicles alongside electric vehicles and the luxury brand Jaguar Land Rover.
12 December 2023
LeadIT 2.0 launched at COP28: driving inclusive industry transition forward
At COP28, the Leadership Group for Industry Transition (LeadIT) initiated its second phase, LeadIT 2.0, marking a joint commitment by member countries and companies to shape policy frameworks and international cooperation for an inclusive industry transition.
24 November 2023
Building a stronger steel transition. Global cooperation and procurement in construction.
The LeadIT Secretariat has contributed to this commentary that argues that the construction sector can play a key role in un-locking a stronger steel transition though stronger demand for green steel.
25 October 2023
LeadIT Green Steel Tracker shows top 50 producers lag on emission targets
New plans for coal-based steelmaking capacity are outpacing greener primary steel production methods with only a third of the world’s top 50 producers having announced targets to reach net zero by mid-century, finds a new report from Global Energy Monitor and the LeadIT Secretariat.
23 October 2023
National LeadIT Workshop on Steel hosted by India
On 18th October the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change together with the Ministry of Steel hosted a LeadIT Workshop on Low Carbon Development in the Indian steel sector. UNDP and Invest India supported in organizing the event.
18 October 2023
Green steel transition in South Africa: insights from decarbonization workshop
Earlier this year, the Leadership Group for Industry Transition (LeadIT) and Trade & Industrial Policy Strategies (TIPS) organized a workshop, hosted by the South African government, to advance the development of a national roadmap for decarbonizing South Africa’s steel industry. The workshop brought together more than 40 decision-makers and experts from industry, government, academia, and civil society.