Business is stepping up climate action and a Paris Rulebook will give business the framework it needs to go further, says the International Chamber of Commerce, which represents business and industry at the 24th Conference of Parties (COP24).
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ICC, the world business organization, is marking World Environment Day by highlighting innovative companies around the world committed to beat plastic pollution.
As the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Focal Point for business and industry, ICC illustrated how business is playing a role as a key partner in achieving the global climate goals at a multistakeholder engagement session in Bonn last week.
On 2 February 2018, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)—in its capacity as the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Focal Point for business and industry—convened a workshop on the Talanoa Dialogue.
The ICC International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce co-hosted a panel of experts to discuss how the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Paris Agreement can be supported through methods of international dispute settlement.
Private sector commitment to meet objectives of the Paris Agreement on climate change was put under the spotlight during a dedicated business and industry day (BINGO Day), which took place in Bonn, Germany, during the ongoing climate talks under the UNFCCC.
It’s opening day of the 2017 United Nations climate change conference, otherwise known as COP23.
The latest Business and Climate Summit in New Delhi was historic in several ways.
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.
Non-state actors like businesses are essential to meeting the ambitious goals outlined in the Paris Agreement. A panel discussion at the recent ECOCITY World Summit in Melbourne, Australia explained why.