Earlier this month, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) hailed the early entry into force of the Paris Climate Change Agreement.
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The International Chamber of Commerce has put forward a set of business recommendations to help leaders of the world's major economies prepare for discussions on the world’s most pressing economic policy challenges at next month's G20 Summit taking place Hangzhou, China.
Trade and climate change have an inextricable and intimate relationship. During a plenary session led by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) at the Business and Climate Summit, business leaders and policymakers discussed trade policy priorities from a climate and green growth perspective.
The second Business & Climate Summit - convened by a network of partners that represent over 6 million businesses worldwide – called for swifter government action on climate and the ratification of the Paris Agreement without further delay.
The International Chamber for Commerce (ICC) has produced a set of business recommendations on energy sustainability and security for G20 Energy ministers preparing for the Hangzhou G20 Leaders’ Summit scheduled to take place in September.
The Business & Climate Summit – the second annual gathering of leading global businesses and politicians dedicated to climate action – kicks off today to address how business can, and should, respond to the historic Paris Agreement.
International trade has a critical role to play in protecting the environment. Trade negotiations in environmental goods could make a significant contribution to the fight against climate change by speeding the deployment of clean and renewable energy technologies.
World leaders convene in New York today to sign the landmark Paris Climate Agreement – as part of a full week of high-level meetings focused on the implementation of the UN’s new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the world’s leading business organizations focused on climate action announced today that the 2016 Business & Climate Summit, the annual forum for businesses, investors and policymakers working towards a low carbon future, will be hosted in London from 28-29 June.
We are coming to the end of a busy but satisfying year here at ICC. Before we head into 2016 though, we have been reflecting on the ways in which the world business organization has served global business this year. Following are six of our highlights: