The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the Global Enabling Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) have signed a memorandum of understanding, setting out the joint aspirations of the two organisations in catalysing sustainable practices among the global business community.
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These 7 ICC publications provide essential background reading for next month’s COP25 climate negotiations in Madrid.
Last week, ICC, together with the Governments of Antigua and Barbuda, Botswana, Canada, Ireland, Kenya, and Samoa convened a high-level dialogue on correspondent banking – with the aim of bringing the harmful effects of current market trends to the fore on the global agenda.
The United Nation General Assembly (UNGA) high-level week took place from 23-27 September in New York, setting the global agenda on an array of global issues, from peace and security to sustainability and finance.Led by ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO and ICC Chair Paul Polman, ICC was actively involved in a number of high-level meetings on financing, health coverage and small island developing states as the institutional representative of 45 million companies in over 100 countries.
The ability to generate profits typically determines a company’s success. But leadership today requires business leaders to demonstrate that profit comes with a real purpose. While numbers are still as important as ever, more and more companies are doubling down to make their mark beyond profit margins.
Organised today on the sidelines of the inaugural SDG Summit, the fourth annual SDG Business Forum convened business, government, civil society and the United Nations to discuss concrete solutions to move from commitments to action to deliver on the Global Goals.
The Chambers Climate Coalition sets out a grassroots call for greater ambition on climate from world leaders.
ICC is launching workshop series for corporate sustainability leaders to discuss best practices and challenges in incorporating the SDGs into their business models.
A new global coalition is calling for action to reverse nature loss and restore natural systems on which economies, well-being and prosperity depend.
Delegates from more than 190 countries meet in Bonn this week to continue negotiations over the implementation of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement.