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The three objectives of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) —conservation of biological diversity; sustainable use of its components; and fair and equitable sharing of benefits from the utilisation of genetic resources—are mutually supportive.
Three ICC recommendations to set a sustainable path for communities, workers and the climate that leaves no one behind.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), as the voice of global business, is committed to supporting the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Paris Agreement in accelerating the transition to an inclusive and sustainable low-carbon future.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)—in its capacity as the UNFCCC Focal Point for business and industry—is calling on all governments to do their part to ensure that we meet the goals of the Paris Agreement. An important step in this regard is delivering the Paris Rulebook at COP24.
The Talanoa Dialogue is named after the Fijian tradition of inclusive, participatory and transparent decision-making and is aimed at determining how collective action can move the global climate agenda forward. It is a year-long process of discussions, consultations, events and expert inputs that will culminate in COP24.
ICC Business Recommendations on the Customs Treatment of Relief Shipments in Humanitarian Emergencies (2018)
The ICC Business Recommendations highlight some of the key challenges business and governments must overcome, include real business case examples and contain a set of policy recommendations to ensure the smooth and efficient delivery of relief shipments following natural disasters and humanitarian emergencies.
This guide concisely sets out business views on some of the key issues up for discussion at this year’s IGF forum.
Supplementary Materials to Financial Institutions and International Arbitration – ICC Arbitration and ADR Commission Report
This publication is the Supplementary Materials to the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR Report on Financial Institutions and International Arbitration issued by the ICC Task Force on Financial Institution and International Arbitration.
The ICC Arbitration Clause for Trust Disputes reviewed in light of the ICC Arbitration Rules as revised in 2012 and subsequently amended in 2017.