Environment & Energy

ICC hails historic climate deal

Paris Agreement

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) —the world’s largest business organization—has responded to the adoption of a new global climate agreement at the conclusion of COP21.

Driving Sustainable Progress: Citi’s Strategy

ICC sustainable cities

A global climate agreement is within reach as COP21 climate talks draw to a conclusion at the end of two weeks. But in this blog for ICC, Valerie Smith, Director and Head of Corporate Sustainability at Citi discusses how her company is already taking climate action.

International Chamber of Commerce Statement to UNFCCC Parties

ICC sustainable cities

We are writing on behalf of our 6.5 million member companies and private sector organizations in over 130 countries to bring to your attention an issue of serious concern with regard to the draft long-term agreement issued on December 10.

Last call from business for ambitious climate deal

ICC Environment and energy

With just hours remaining for UN negotiators to secure a global Climate agreement, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has issued an eleventh-hour call on behalf of its 6.5 million members, for an ambitious COP21 deal that works with business and industry.

ICC announces COP21 Photographic Award winners

ICC Biodiversity

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has announced the winners of its 2015 Photographic Award, a celebration of artistic skill and outstanding photography aimed at drawing attention to—and stimulating dialogue around—the global challenge of climate change.

Business and industry groups call for inclusion in Paris Agreement

ICC Environment and energy

The business and industry NGO (BINGO) constituency at the UN climate talks has today called on all negotiators to explicitly recognise the positive role of business and establish a defined and recognized role for business engagement in the final Paris Agreement.

Dealing with climate risk

ICC Piracy

With the UN Climate Change Conference (COP21) taking place in Paris, Michael Wilkins of Standard & Poor’s stresses the need to factor in credit risk as business and finance transition toward a low-carbon future in this guest blog for ICC.