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2017 overall is a year that will be remembered for two things: political turmoil and a new voice from business. Let us celebrate the leadership business exerted this year and use it as a springboard for positive change in 2018.
We will attend the One Planet Summit in Paris next week to kick off a year when collective focus on climate change will turn from targets to impacts, from promises to results. And we invite companies and other partners to join us.
Global automakers and other vehicle manufacturers are in one of the most carbon-intensive industries. And other companies can—and should—look to their holistic approaches to climate action.
We take a look at the progress delivered at COP23 and consider an "inside-out" approach to increase ambition.
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.
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.
Climate action is good for the economy. That's why many companies in the private sector have supported the Clean Power Plan.
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.
We are delighted to announce 10 new signatories to the Sustainable Fuel Buyers' Principles, more than doubling the number since launch.
Sustainability departments need to embrace and promote a spirit of “radical collaboration” if they are to achieve their objectives in a rapidly changing environment.
Bold, collaborative business leadership on climate change will help realize the Paris Agreement vision of a resilient, low-carbon economy, and we are thrilled to see the trend continue during Climate Week NYC.
These examples reveal that the future of climate action is a path charted with innovative and transformative partnerships.