Australia committed to establish the world's largest network of marine reserves and help other countries achieve the "blue economy".
At the Third Sustainable Stock Exchanges (SSE) Global Dialogue, five major stock exchanges listing more than 4,600 companies committed to promoting long-term, sustainable investment in their market places.
Richard Branson, founder of the Carbon War Room, and Aruba Prime Minister Mike Eman announced at Rio their plan to transition Aruba to 100% renewable energy.
The Latin American Development Bank (CAF) and Brazil's Financier of Studies and Projects (FINEP) signed an agreement to formally launch the Regional Initiative for Technological Innovation in the Renewable Energy Sector.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and seven other multilateral development banks (MDBs) commit to provide more than $175 billion of loans and grants for transport in developing countries by 2022.
Launched at the June 2012 Rio+20 conference, the Cloud aggregates and highlights commitments to take specific actions to contribute to a rapid transition to a low-carbon green economy. The Cloud seeks to encourage and hold accountable the hundreds of sustainability initiatives undertaken at Rio+20 and elsewhere by governments at all levels, business, and civil society.
The Sustainable Energy for All Initiative, begun by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, is soliciting commitments for concrete actions that will help achieve sustainable energy for all by 2030. These commitments can be made by governments, businesses, and civil society organizations.
The UN Global Compact, founded in 2000, is soliciting commitments from corporations to take action in support of UN goals and issues.
The Corporate Eco Forum (CEF) is a membership organization for large companies that demonstrate a commitment to environment as a business strategy issue.
Earth Summit Watch is a civil society partnership to track preparations country-by-country for the Rio+20 Earth Summit. It highlights countries whose governments have made significant commitments to action.
The Access Initiative, founded in 1999, has begun a Three Demands Campaign to submit demands to national governments from civil society organizations around the theme of improved national environmental governance.