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A building voice: business cranks up call for a bold climate deal

15 April 2015

A building voice: business cranks up call for a bold climate deal Eliot Whittington 17 April 2015 For those working on climate change, it is often too easy to focus on what hasn’t happened. The size of the challenge is massive; the sense of progress too small. I know from talking to enlightened...

How well prepared are businesses for climate change?

9 March 2015

How well prepared are businesses for climate change? Eliot Whittington 7 April 2015 The world is changing. The weather is becoming more volatile, with the number of extreme weather events on the rise. Climate change represents the new normal: the Earth is already showing the impacts of our actions...

UK political leaders show climate leadership

17 February 2015

UK political leaders show climate leadership Eliot Whittington 18 February 2015 This Valentine’s Day the main political leaders in the UK took a break from electioneering to ' show the love ' and sign a joint statement reaffirming their commitment to work across political dividing lines to fight...

Climate change: how can we move beyond the committed few?

6 February 2015

Climate change: how can we move beyond the committed few? A decade on from a landmark letter arguing for business and government to work together to address climate change, there’s still a long way to go says Polly Courtice First published: 27 January 2015 “The government is risking the sacrifice...

Testing carbon pricing in Brazil: 20 companies join an innovative simulation

6 January 2015

Testing carbon pricing in Brazil: 20 companies join an innovative simulation Nicolette Bartlett 10 December 2014 Developing effective carbon pricing mechanisms can and will play a key part in tackling climate change, facilitating the much needed investment cost-effectively and at scale...

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CISL brings together a core set of leadership groups, uniting businesses, policy leaders and academic expertise to help unlock the economic change required to deliver the safe and sustainable economy of the future and achieve the goals of critical international agreements such as the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals.

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