The World Business Council for Sustainable Development and its member companies—which include Microsoft, Accenture, and 3M—agree that businesses and governments, working together on policy, is the next necessary step in accelerating Climate Action. To that end, WBCSD has created a comprehensive guide for policymakers, Why Carbon Pricing Matters: A guide for businesscarbonparis agreementPigouPolicymakersPricingValankoWBCSD Read More
The World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund spring meetings kick off on Tuesday, once again filling the bank’s Washington, D.C., headquarters with development professionals, policymakers, economists, advocates and a slew of other influential leaders seeking to shape the future of global development.
This year’s agenda promises high profile discussions on a range carbon pricingclimate changeEnergyEnergy EfficiencyifcIMFPolicymakersresilienceworld bank Read More
LONDON: Sustainable development needs integrated planning across governments, the private sector and research and development “to find innovative solutions” for climate adaptation, said Nomvula Mokonyane,Minister of Water Affairs and Sanitation, South Africa in an interview with The Climate Group for Climate TV.
Speaking during COP21 in Paris, the Minister underlines the climate changeCOP21EnergyIPCCNomvula MokonyanePolicymakersprivate sectorsustainable developmentwater scarcity Read More
11th October 2015
For the first time in 13 years The UN Climate Panel has elected a new leader. Hoesung Lee, the long serving vice-chair of the Climate Panel (IPCC), will replace Dr. Rajendra Pachauri who was forced to step down amid accusations of sexual harassment by a female employee at Assessment Reportclimate changeHoesung LeeIPCCPolicymakersRajendra PachauriUnited Nations Read More