Are you committed to become a green island?
Mainly connected with the GTI Observatory Global Index, colleting and processing data of the island to be ranked by the GTI specialists and receive a short feedback and recomendations on how to improve the scores. 3 months trial free of a dedicated help desk for general information on the most suitable technologies and solutions for the islands in the sectors of water, energy, mobility, waste and environment.
Green Island Membership
In addition to all Island Membership benefits, it includes a deep dive into the status of the island on the areas involved in the GTI Observatory as specified above by specialized professionals. It involves: identification of innovative solutions; benchmarking with the other selected islands; finance opportunities: private investors or public funds (EU, World Bank, etc.); recommendations of actions for the local population and enterprises; promotion of the island as a green destination for a tourism oriented to sustainability.
Measure how green is your island and know how to improve your scores
The GTI Observatory Global Index measures and evaluates the progress of islands around the world on their way to a greener future. One of the objective of the index is also grouping islands with similar needs to support replication of best practices, economy of scale, financing, as well as the union of forces for shared goals also in terms of legislation and policy.
Islands are ranked based on a set of sustainable objective criteria and evaluated by a panel of independent experts. Promoting your island as a green destination is one of the benefits of taking part in the GTI Global Index.
The GTI drop system is used to highlight and rank the sustainability score of islands. Only the best 5 will be published, while the others will be anonymous.
of the Green Island Membership
1. Agreement with the island government to cooperate in the GTI Observatory;
2. Creation of a local task force/scientific committee for the island;
3. Compilation of the questionnaire (which qualifies the island to take part in the Global Index);
4. Elaborating the answers to the questionnaire with first ideas of potential solutions/projects;
5. Workshop with local stakeholders hosted by the local government;
6. Minutes/report with the results of the meeting with the identification of priorities and potential projects/initiatives to decarbonise the island;
7. Call for proposals/solutions to the innovation & solution providers, research centres, universities, etc.;
8. Selection of the best proposals by the task force;
9. Event for presentations of the best solutions and discussion;
10. Final report to be utilised for lobbying and to attract investments;
11. Evaluation of the financing opportunities: meeting with potential investors & participation in calls from institutions.