Mission Possible Partnership
Supercharging Industrial Decarbonisation
The Mission Possible Partnership is an alliance of climate leaders focused on supercharging decarbonisation across the entire value chain of the world’s highest-emitting industries in the next 10 years.
Concrete, steel, aluminium, and chemicals—as well as the ships, planes, and trucks that move them—are the building blocks of the global economy. But these seven sectors are currently responsible for 30% of greenhouse gas emissions, and that is projected to grow. We are working to change that.
Supported by an expanding network of nearly 300 partners across industry, finance and policy, we are empowering high-ambition sector initiatives in seven target sectors, together working towards one end goal: net-zero emissions.
Transforming these sectors IS possible.
ACHIEVING NET ZERO BY 2050 WILL REQUIRE RADICAL COLLABORATION ACROSS SECTORS
MPP's CEO Matt Rogers outlines why the time for climate action is right now. With war in Europe, energy markets in turmoil and international supply chains under stress, looking to the long-term has rarely been so challenging. But even amid uncertainty, it is clear...
The Mission Possible Partnership announces its first ever CEO, Matt Rogers to scale industry and transport decarbonization
The Mission Possible Partnership (MPP) is today pleased to announce Matt Rogers as its first ever CEO. Formed just over a year ago this appointment comes at a critical moment in time for MPP to further deliver on its mission to decarbonize some of the most carbon...
This White Paper is based on a discussion event facilitated by Reuters Events Sustainable Business to mark the launch of three sector pathways for the decarbonization of the steel, aviation, and shipping industries. Industry panellists at the event, which was held on...
THE POWER OF PARTNERSHIP
The Mission Possible Partnership is an alliance of climate leaders focused on supercharging efforts to decarbonise some of the world’s highest-emitting industries in the next 10 years.