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FUELING THE RACE TO THE TOP

Nigel Topping

How long-term emissions policy certainty will ignite investment, unleash innovation and help deliver a stronger economy

THE RISING TIDE OF BUSINESS ACTION

We Mean Business

More companies and investors are committing to leadership on climate action than at any time in history.  We Mean Business welcomes a new group of 43 CEO’s calling for an ambitious agreement at this year’s climate summit in Paris. Their statement – combined with the The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group’s “Trillion Tonne Communique” and the B Team’s call for net zero emissions by 2050 – […]

Hope for India’s climate revolution

Krishnan Pallassana

As an ideal preface to India’s contribution to COP in his latest statement Prime Minister Modi during his visit to Germany has clearly reiterated “that if the problem of climate change were not addressed now, it would hurt for generations to come”. I couldn’t agree more! Emerging economies like ours must learn from the past […]

Businesses call for strong government action

We Mean Business

Yesterday the United States pledged to reduce greenhouse gas pollution by 26-28 percent below 2005 levels by 2025. By formally submitting its Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the US joined Switzerland, the European Union, Norway, Mexico and Russia in tabling pledges that pave the way […]

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