Business and Climate Summit

Business commits to climate action in New Delhi

The third annual Business and Climate Summit—the leading forum for business leaders, investors and policymakers on climate action—is taking place from 31 August to 1 September this year in New Delhi, India. The Summit aims to showcase business leadership in addressing climate change and highlight how business can help governments achieve climate objectives.

Heard at BCS: 6 views on trade and climate link

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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.

Making trade work for climate action: 4 facts you need to know

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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.

Save the date for the Business & Climate Summit 2016

ICC Environment and energy

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.

Five things to know about the Business and Climate Summit

ICC sustainable cities

Around 1,300 business, government and industry leaders are converging at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris today for the start of the Business and Climate Summit, a unique event set to showcase what business is doing to address climate change and what more the private sector could do with the right policies in place.

ICC leaders join French President for Climate Week Paris

Paris Agreement

Thousands of business leaders and investors are gathering in Paris to call for world leaders to deliver a strong climate deal which gives markets the confidence needed to make long-term investments in the low carbon economy.