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Business views on Article 6—for Parties

With the upcoming first period of NDC reviews approaching in 2020, ICC urges Parties to reach a conclusion on the effective and transparent implementation of Article 6 at COP25 in Madrid.

The Road to COP25 – We Make Climate Action Everyone’s Business

With the upcoming first period of NDC reviews approaching in 2020, ICC—on behalf of 45 million institutional members in over 100 countries—is urging Parties to reach a conclusion on the effective and transparent implementation of Article 6 at COP25. 

Article 6 – A Primer for Business

An informative primer to help businesses fully understand what “Article 6” is and why ICC is urging Parties to reach conclusion on the effective and transparent implementation of Article 6 at COP25.

ICC GCD Performance Guarantee Paper

In 2011, the Basel Committee considered some early data from ICC and suggested that, at that time, the ICC Trade Register did not provide “sufficient analytical evidence for reducing the CCF in the risk-based approach below 20%.” This paper aims to provide such evidence.

ICC Engagement with UN on Business and Human Rights

These ICC Key Messages aim to set out the bases for ICC’s longstanding engagement on Business and Human Rights, and in particular on the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) – and sets out specific challenges and opportunities on scaling up implementation of the UNGPs.

ICC Briefing: The United Nations Treaty Process on Business and Human Rights

These ICC Key Messages aim to set out the bases for ICC’s longstanding engagement on Business and Human Rights, and in particular on the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) – and sets out specific challenges and opportunities on scaling up implementation of the UNGPs.

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Suggested clause ICC as appointing authority

It is recommended that parties wishing to make reference to ICC as appointing authority in their contracts use the suggested wording below.