Flagships

A Flagship is an organisation (be it a municipality, NGO or business) that has made more than the usual commitment towards the Green Economy. They have taken up the call towards building an economy that connects the well-being of our environment with the growth of our economy.

Interested organisations submit their proposed projects to 110% Green. Following evaluation they are selected as a 110% Green Flagship project and become part of the dynamic network of Flagship organisations. These Flagships COMMIT to a project, are required to ACT upon this commitment and report on their IMPACT.

110% Green is not an endorsement of a project by the Western Cape Government. Each Flagship project is rather an expression of co-responsibility by participants to contribute to building the Green Economy.

Please note: The Flagship programme is currently not active. 

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Bicycle Empowerment BEN commits to facilitate the delivery through the 17 Bicycle Empowerment Centres (BEC) of 1500 low cost durable bicycles to Western Cape communities that are in need and to train and educate the recipients of the bicycles in safety and bicycle maintenance. To complement the ...
Travel SMART Through Travel SMART, the City of Cape Town is 110 % committed to work with the Provincial Government of the Western Cape and its other partners to facilitate a shift towards more sustainable travel behaviour.
Wallacedene Public Transport Facility Our organisation commits to earn a 4 Star rating for the Wallacedene green Taxi Rank. The City of Cape Town’s transport authority Transport for Cape Town (TCT) further commits to ensuring the building only uses 5% of the energy requirement from fossil fuels and ...
The FindaLift Network FindaLift is South Africa’s 1st local provider of specialised journey-matching network solutions and services. We commit to help individuals and business share 200 000km, saving approx 40 tonnes of Co2 and approx R240 000 for members on fuel and wear & tear by encouraging ...
The Green Drive! It is committed to double the size of its low-carbon footprint by assisting other transport operators and company fleets to “go green”. This will result in a minimum CO2 saving of 10tonnes from 5 June 2012 – 5 June 2013.
We will aim to provide a form of transport wherein Capetonians from all walks of life will find substantial benefit. Mellowcabs aims to roll out 30 vehicles in the Western Cape in the next 12 months. With our aim to employ youths and women, we’d like to employ a ratio of 60% youths and 15% women as ...
Promotion of Commuting by Cycling, utilizing conventional and electric Bikes Our organisation commits to contact and canvass one business per month for 2015 around the utilization of conventional and electric bikes for communting
BikeLink GCI commits to marketing and educating the Students of UCT about sustainability issues, particularly those surrounding transport. As part of the bikelink program we commit to getting 50% of the bikes rented out to UCT students and staff by November 2014. We also commit to holding events ...
Up Cycles Drop-and-Go Bicycle Network Up Cycles is committed to enhancing the profile of bicycles in Cape Town. Our goal is to make cycle commuting accessible, common place and fun. To this end, we plan to: Extend our network of drop-and-go stations to at least five within the next 12 months. ...
Bicycle Project V&A commits to a partnership with the WCG to encourage other companies to adopt similar practises