The International Chamber of Commerce—the world’s largest business organization—has expressed deep concerns at reports that the United States may be set to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement.
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The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has hailed today the entry into force of the Paris Climate Change Agreement - the most comprehensive and complex international climate deal ever negotiated.
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:
With less than two weeks until 2015 officially becomes 2016, ICC takes a look at some highlights of its Dispute Resolution Services of the past 12 months.
A global provider of technology and services, Bosch takes a multifaceted approach to climate protection. In this guest blog, Guy Maugis, CEO of Bosch France explains how his company contributes to reducing carbon emissions through innovation.
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.
Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC Christiana Figueres commended the business community for taking decisive steps to combat climate change - as showcased during the business and industry (BINGO) Day.
With pressure mounting for UN negotiators to reach a global deal as the COP21 climate talks approach the halfway mark, business representatives taking part in today’s official COP21 Business and Industry (BINGO) Day have called on governments to seal a deal that will work with the private sector and help them do more to meet the climate challenge.
How does a company cut its carbon footprint in half in just five years? Joe Kaeser, President and Chief Executive Officer of Siemens tells us how in the following guest blog.
Side events and exhibits are an important platform for business, government and civil society to share knowledge, build capacity and explore how to collectively meet the climate challenge.