Since the signing of the Paris Agreement in 2015, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has been helping businesses take bold climate action and working with governments and other stakeholders to support people and planet.
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The International Chamber of Commerce has welcomed an agreement, secured on Saturday at climate talks in Poland, that provides a Rulebook for countries to implement the 2015 Paris Agreement.
The cement industry represents approximately 6% of global emissions.
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.
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.
Welcoming the solid steps made to advance the implementation of the Paris Agreement, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has underscored the need for clear policies and collaborative undertakings for business to scale up investments and climate solutions.
As the lead business representative to the United Nations (UN) climate talks, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) will be coordinating the annual Business and Industry Non-Governmental Organizations (BINGO) Day on 11 November at the UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakech.
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.
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.
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.