It’s time for genuine collaboration between citizens, governments and businesses, writes Sophie Punte, Managing Director Policy, WMBC
G7 leaders’ failure to provide concrete steps to accelerate clean energy is a huge, missed opportunity
The companies we work with need access to renewable power across our value chains. G7 leaders must work on scaling up clean energy by 2030.
As India joins G7 countries at their annual summit, Mahindra Group President Amit Sinha talks about decarbonizing business transport.
When the G7 leaders meet in the Bavarian Alps, on Sunday, I’m hoping they bring the right solutions to address the challenges of our time.
We urge G7 leaders to build on encouraging signals with with clear timelines to help the private sector decarbonize our economies faster.
We cannot get to 1.5 without nature – including both the protection of our remaining forests and restoring damaged ecosystems.
Climate success requires laws to ensure consistent emissions reporting. Together we’ll unleash the potential of corporate climate leadership