President Michelle Bachelet offers lunch to partners of the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition (CPLC), where businesses, academics and civil society joined her call to fight climate change.
To understand current demand for supporting specific sustainable development goals through climate finance, the climate certification body Gold Standard invites sustainably-minded businesses, impact investors, development banks and development agencies to spend 15 minutes completing a survey>>
Gold Standard for the Global Goals, a new standard from leading climate certification body Gold Standard, is now open for consultation.
Heads of state and business leaders have challenged the world to double the coverage of emissions subject to carbon pricing by 2020, and double it again within the next decade.
The Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition convened a high-level dialogue to showcase action and inspire progress on these goals.
Infosys (NYSE: INFY), a global leader in consulting, technology, outsourcing and next-generation services, today announced its internal carbon price at $10.5 per ton of CO2e, at an event organized by the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition (CPLC) in Zurich. A significant milestone for Infosys, the price will be applicable for a period of two years and will represent the cost of decarbonizing 1 ton of CO2e.
The Business Climate Initiative (IEC) launched its "Business Positioning on Carbon Pricing in Brazil" (Posicionamento Empresarial sobre Precificação de Carbono no Brasil)
Siemens joins CPLC
“We are delighted to be part of CPLC”, says Alexis L. Leroy, CEO of ALLCOT. “We are strong advocates of market based mechanisms and carbon pricing overall. We believe that the deployment and global implementation of adequate carbon prices is one of the key tools in supporting the global transition towards a low carbon economy”.
In a packed room, attendees to the Carbon Pricing: Driving Ambition and Action event that took place on November 15 at the International Emissions Trading Association’s (IETA) business pavilion witnessed significant announcements such as the newly minted High-level Economic Commission and New Zealand’s declaration to join CPLC along with success stories of climate leadership.
As a strong advocate of the introduction of economic incentives around carbon pricing and efficient ways to encourage “green” modernization, RUSAL welcomes the forthcoming CPLC workshop in early December 2016 in Moscow bringing Russia to the forefront of the world’s best practice of applying economic instruments to mitigate carbon footprints.
Film4Climate has selected 6 finalists for the Put-a-Price-on-Carbon-Pollution Award, a special award that celebrates the best videos exploring carbon pricing.