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‘Road Through Paris’ Briefing: Driving Momentum on Climate Policy and Action

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Date and Time

Wednesday June 24, 2015
8:00 am-9:00 am PDT


Location

Webinar


Topics

#Climate Change


The COP21 climate talks this December in Paris are shaping up to achieve significant progress on international and national climate and energy policy. In the run-up to Paris, companies can seize important opportunities to shape the COP21 outcome by demonstrating strong commitments, providing targeted advice to policymakers, and preparing to act on the likely results.

In this briefing, which will be the first in a series, BSR will provide an introduction to the climate negotiations in Paris and the “four pillars” from the outcome of the talks, as well as an update from the June UN negotiating session in Bonn, from which BSR staff members have just returned. We will also discuss what BSR and the We Mean Business coalition are doing on the road through Paris, and how companies can make the most impact.

Speakers

  • Ryan Schuchard, Former Associate Director, Climate Change, BSR
  • David Wei, Director, Climate, BSR

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