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Introducing Climate Finance Copilot - Artificial Intelligence (AI) enabled climate finance support. Try Now

U.S Climate Policy Objectives

Our tools empower partner nations to increase their production of funding proposals by 3 to 5 times, which can lead to substantial funding in far less time.  Given that most states are off track from meeting their Nationally Determined Commitments, time is off the essence and out tools enable them to make us for lost time. J Further, Janus services directly support a range of US policy actions across the Global South, including:

  • Environment, Science, Technology, and Health (ESTH):  Janus's Climate Finance Co-pilot helps to advance key priorities include science and technology issues exchange and streamlining the process of securing funding for innovative ESTH projects, facilitating more efficient collaboration between scientific and technological communities across borders.

  • The U.S-Caribbean Partnership to Address the Climate Crisis 2030 (PACC 2030): By enhancing the capabilities of Caribbean nations to produce bankable funding proposals, Climate Finance Co-pilot accelerates the region's transformation into a climate-smart zone.

  • Power Africa: A Climate Finance Co-pilot empowers African entities to efficiently generate proposals for sustainable energy projects, contributing directly to Power Africa's goals of increasing electricity access.

  • Adaptation for Smallholder Agriculture Programme (ASAP): The software simplifies the process for smallholder farmers to secure climate adaptation funding, directly supporting ASAP's mission to enhance agricultural resilience.

  • Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas (ECPA): Climate Finance Co-pilot boosts the capacity of participants to secure funding for clean energy projects, reinforcing ECPA’s objective of promoting renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions in the Americas.

This strategic alignment underscores our commitment to furthering the goals shared by Janus and US Government Agencies, including USAID, specifically in fostering resilience and sustainable development in climate-vulnerable states. 

In summary, the urgency to meet and exceed Nationally Determined Commitments and Net Zero objectives in the fight against climate change has never been more acute. By enhancing the capacity of partner nations to secure necessary funding swiftly and efficiently, we are not just supporting, but actively propelling a range of critical US policy actions across the Global South.

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