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Business and Climate Summit 2016

London

 

Date and Time

Tuesday June 28-Wednesday June 29, 2016
8:30 am-6:30 pm BST


Location

London


Topics

#Climate Change, #Transport and Logistics


BSR is a core partner of the Business and Climate Summit 2016, the leading annual forum for businesses, investors, and policymakers on climate action, which will be held in London on June 28-29. It is where business and governments come together to create a roadmap for reaching net zero emissions over the next half-century. It will demonstrate how low-carbon strategies are good for business and good for growth, and it will build the partnerships needed to scale-up and accelerate the low-carbon transition.

The Summit is designed by business for business, with a convening network of partners that represent over six million businesses worldwide.

Forward-thinking companies with climate change at the heart of their business strategies will reap the benefits of high return on investments, while those without it will face greater risks—from policy, investors, and climate change itself.

On June 28, Senior Vice President Eric Olson will host and moderate the Summit’s session on freight, logistics, and corporate fleets.

To view the program, visit the Business and Climate Summit website.

Shared Resilience: Businesses Are Ready to Partner to Build Climate Resilience

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Shared Resilience: Businesses Are Ready to Partner to Build Climate Resilience

Shared resilience—one of the themes of Development and Climate Days at COP23—embodies the concept that no one actor can tackle complex climate change issues alone.

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Introducing the We Mean Business Climate Policy Tracker

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Introducing the We Mean Business Climate Policy Tracker

The We Mean Business coalition introduces the Climate Policy Tracker—a freely available online platform designed to help businesses determine which climate policies are relevant to them across key regions and sectors.

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Why Business Supported the Clean Power Plan: It Made Economic Sense

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Why Business Supported the Clean Power Plan: It Made Economic Sense

Climate action is good for the economy. That's why many companies in the private sector have supported the Clean Power Plan.

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Q&A: The Future of Business Action on Climate Change

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Q&A: The Future of Business Action on Climate Change

As part of our Q&A series with our experts on the past, present, and future of sustainable business, we sat down with our Climate lead to discuss innovations, opportunities, and challenges in the field.

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