Leadership Coalition

The Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition brings together leaders from across government, the private sector and civil society to share experience working with carbon pricing and to expand the evidence base for the most effective carbon pricing systems and policies.

The Coalition is a voluntary partnership of national and sub-national governments, businesses, and civil society organizations that agree to advance the carbon pricing agenda by working with each other towards the long-term objective of a carbon price applied throughout the global economy by:

  • strengthening carbon pricing policies to redirect investment commensurate with the scale of the climate challenge;
  • bringing forward and strengthening the implementation of existing carbon pricing policies to better manage investment risks and opportunities; and
  • enhancing cooperation to share information, expertise and lessons learned on developing and implementing carbon pricing through various "readiness" platforms

The Coalition will collect the evidence base, benefiting from experience around the world in designing and using carbon pricing, and use this input to help inform successful carbon pricing policy development and use of carbon pricing in businesses. It will also deepen understanding of the business and economic case for carbon pricing. In that role, it is developing pathways for use by companies, investors and governments that will illustrate plausible outlooks under a variety of carbon pricing policies and timelines. Finally, the coalition will work to bring together government and business in leadership dialogues that identify and address the most pressing issues, and in doing so, accelerate the use of carbon pricing around the world.  


Government PARTNERS INCLUDE:

Alberta
Belgium
British Columbia
California
Canada
Chile
Colombia
Ethiopia
Finland

France
Germany
Italy
Ivory Coast
Japan
Kazakhstan
Mexico
Morocco
Netherlands

New Zealand
Norway
Ontario
Quebec
Spain
Sweden
United Kingdom
Switzerland
Northwest Territories


Private Sector Partners Include:

Abengoa
Acciona
AGL
AGL Energy
Aimia
Air Canada
ALLCOT Group
AMATA
AP4
Arvind
ASBC
Atmoterra
Atos SE
AXA
Baker & McKenzie
Bank Australia
Barco NV
Barrick Gold Corporation
BG Group
BHP Billiton
Blackstone Energy Services Inc
BMO Financial Group
BP
Braskem
Broad Group
BT Group
Calidda
Canadian Tire Corporation
Carbon Engineering
Carrefour
Catalyst Paper Corporation
CEBDS
Cement Association of Canada
Cemex
Cenovus Energy Inc.
CIBC
CIFF
Coca Cola HBC AG
CommerzBank
Coway
CPFL
Dalmia Cement

Danfoss
Daniels Power Corporation
Desjardins Group
DNVGL
Ecofrotas
Ecotierra
EDF (Utility)
EDP-Engias de Portugal
Ekbd Consult
EKI Energy Services Ltd. 
EllisDon
Enagas
Enbridge
Enel
Engie
Eni
Eskom
EY
Ferrovial
Fortum
Gas Natural Fenosa
Gol Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes
Grupo Financiero Banorte
Hindustan Construction Company
HSBC
Iberdrola
IKEA Canada
Infigen Energy
Infosys
Keyassociados
Kruger Inc
LafargeHolcim
LATAM Airlines Group
Loblaw Companies Limited
Mahindra
Man Group
Michelin
Milbank
National Bank Australia
Nature Bank
NEAS Energy
Nestle

Nordea Bank
Nouveau Energy Management
Novartis
Novozymes
OHL Group
Ontario Power Generation
Origin Energy
PG&E
Predict Ability Limited (PAL) 
Resolute Forest Products Inc.
Royal Bank of Canada
Royal DSM
Royal Philips
Rusal
Saint-Goabin
Schneider Electric
Scotiabank
Sekerbank
Shell
Shell Canada
Siemens
Sindicatum
SkyPower
Solvay
SSE
Statkraft
Statoil
Suez Environnement
Suncor Energy
Tata Group
TD Bank
Teck Resources
TELUS
The Co-operators Group Limited
The Toronto Dominion Bank Group
Total
TransCanada Corporation
Unilever
Veolia
Vestas
Viña Concha y Toro
Visao Sustentavel
Yes Bank
Zenith Bank


Strategic Partners include:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IFC