Latest coverage on companies and investors taking climate action
If the US does not prepare for a clean economy they will be left behind - translated to English
Apoca Globo | 27 January 2017
No running away from the coming corporate energy tsunami
Recharge News | January 18, 2017
CDP partners with business leaders to determine carbon price that aligns with 2°C scenario
Environmental Finance | January 17, 2017
Leaders step up to double the wave on carbon pricing
World Economic Forum | January 17, 2017
Latest news from the We Mean Business Coalition
CeresJanuary 26, 2017
CDPJanuary 26, 2017
RE100January 18, 2017
Latest reports and materials
Realizing the Ambition of the Paris Agreement
The Paris Agreement on climate change is unprecedented in its scope, will define the global economy of the 21st century, and has immediate impact on businesses and investors around the world.
Carbon Pricing: what the business sector needs to know to position itself
This report by CEBDS and CDP, launched during COP22, offers the Brazilian business sector relevant information on carbon pricing and the main challenges involved in its design and implementation.
Out of the starting blocks: Tracking progress on corporate climate action
The challenge of climate change and how to address it is now firmly on the global agenda. The Paris Agreement has been ratified at unprecedented speed by the international community, including some of the world’s biggest carbon emitters, such as the US, China, India, the EU and Brazil, and will enter into force in November.
The Paris Agreement: What it means for Business
The Paris Agreement on climate change is unprecedented in its scope, will define the global economy of the 21st century, and has immediate impact on businesses around the world. Find out what it means for businesses and investors across the world.
The Business End of Climate Change: How bold corporate action supported by smart policy can keep temperature rise below 2°C
How big will the business contribution to emission-reductions targets be? And how much bigger could it be with a supportive policy environment? Those are the questions we’ve set out to answer in the first edition of this study.