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We want to hear from you The Carbon Pricing Corridor, facilitated by We Mean Business and CDP, will also feed directly into
Conversely, failures downstream in terms of weak procurement or lax standards can have ripple effects higher up the supply
We can't think narrowly about climate as we go forward, we have to think more politically about the overall balance of jobs
These companies are at the forefront of the global transition to a low-carbon, climate resilient economy. They are showing
Without trade associations that represent the voice of climate-savvy businesses and the companies and industries that will emerge as we undergo this low-carbon transition, will we be able to achieve our below 2°C goal?
The Clean Power Plan enjoys overwhelming public support, with close to three-quarters of all Americans supporting climate action and climate policies like the plan.
The year of 2015 has been heralded as setting out a new roadmap for 'sustainable development' with both the SDGs and COP21 having delivered more clarity than we have had for a long time on the biggest challenges of our times.
Climate change is not simply an environmental issue. It's a business problem.
Businesses and governments recognize that the low-carbon economy is inevitable and irresistible. Through the We Mean Business coalition, 154 companies with revenues totaling $3.5 trillion, and 111 investors with $8.1 trillion in assets under management, have committed to climate action.
Recall the stock market crash of 2008: when consumers are afraid, they don't buy products and they don't invest. As the impact of climate change gets worse, consumers may just stop spending. As temperature extremes worsen, they might just stay home.