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European Leaders to Join Ethical Corporation's Responsible Business Summit Europe 2019

CEOs and thought leaders from UNCCC, Siemens UK, IKEA Foundation, Kimberly Clark will meet at the 18th annual Responsible Business Summit Europe (10-12 June, London) widely renowned as the platform where leading global brands shape the future
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March 19, 2019 /3BL Media/ - New speakers have joined the 18th annual Responsible Business Summit Europe (10-12 June, London) with the aim of share and identify new strategies to achieve sustainable development, as well as to find  partnerships and innovations to lead on environmental and social issues whilst delivering greater transparency on your climate and reputational risks. 

Companies Take on Climate Change with "We Mean Business"

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The We Mean Business coalition was formed to organize a critical mass of the business world to make progress on climate change. With its no-nonsense brand name, formidable numbers, and world-class leadership, the coalition is poised to be a dominant player in directing businesses toward taking stands on strategies and practices that define climate change as a business opportunity, not just an environmental disaster.

Brands Taking Stands | Defining Climate Change as a Business Opportunity

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Companies Take on Climate Change with "We Mean Business"

The We Mean Business coalition was formed to organize a critical mass of the business world to make progress on climate change. With its no-nonsense brand name, formidable numbers, and world-class leadership, the coalition is poised to be a dominant player in directing businesses toward taking stands on strategies and practices that define climate change as a business opportunity, not just an environmental disaster.

5 Multinationals Stepping Up On Climate Action

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Of the 660+ companies committed to bold climate action through the We Mean Business coalition’s Take Action campaign, many are going further and faster to help bend the curve of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. We spoke to BT, Ingersoll Rand, Mars, Unilever and HP Inc about their progress in harnessing climate action as a driver of innovation, competitiveness, risk management and growth.

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WBCSD's Panorama Podcast | The Legacy of Paris and Business at COP23

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This week, Panorama brings you to the COP23 climate conference in Bonn, where we sit down three experts at the event. Jennifer Austin, Policy Director at We Mean Business; Nicolas Beaumont, Senior Vice President for Sustainable Development and Mobility at Michelin; and Ed Cameron, senior climate advisor to WBCSD give their perspectives on progress of the Paris Agreement and the contribution of business at COP23.

Introducing the We Mean Business Climate Policy Tracker

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By David Wei, Climate Director, BSR
 

The Paris Agreement on climate change was a historic turning point. It gave businesses much-needed clarity on global policy direction and provided a valuable roadmap for creating the low-carbon economy.  

BSR Announces Lead Role in Organizing Business Participation at the Global Climate Action Summit 2018

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A statement from Aron Cramer, President and CEO, BSR:

We applaud California Governor Jerry Brown’s leadership in making the Global Climate Action Summit happen in California next September. We are confident that the Summit will confirm and advance the ambition needed to take decisive action to build inclusive, resilient economic prosperity, and BSR will dedicate itself to making the Summit a great success.

VIDEO | Progressive and Forward-looking, Energy-intensive Companies are Looking to Technology to Make Them Compliant with the Paris Agreement

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Managing Director of WBCSD’s Natural Capital Area, Maria Mendiluce, speaks to We Mean Business about the Paris Agreement and what companies are doing to take action.

Learn more at www.wbcsd.org

World Business Council for Sustainable Development and We Mean Business Join Up to Take Action on Climate Change - The Minute

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Yet another association of companies is stepping up its action on climate change. We Mean Business and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development have partnered to expand below50, an initiative of the WBCSD that was launched last year. Any company that produces, uses or invests in fuels that are at least fifty percent less carbon intensive than conventional fossil fuels can join below50.

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