Prompted by the Paris Agreement and the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at a faster pace, governments across the world are reviewing their initial ambitions, and looking at what is required to deliver on the goal of ‘net zero’ emissions.
Achieving this goal requires further discussion, with every sector and region involved. Business has a unique and crucial role to play, and as public debates gather momentum at national, European and international levels, businesses will be expected to change their operations in order to deliver on this vision.
Climate action reception co-hosted by We Are Still In, Step Up Now, and The Guardian
Join us for a multimedia evening with a showcase of how leaders from cities, states, businesses, investors, colleges and other institutions are taking up the mantle of climate leadership.
Merkur Cooperative Bank
Merkur Cooperative Bank is a Danish values-based bank that combines classical banking with a vision of a sustainable society.
City of Strasbourg
As Mayors, we have to mobilize and engage our communities - most importantly the youth - to achieve resilient, low-emission, circular, nature-based equal and healthy cities. The City of Strasbourg, as one of the Capitals of Europe, is particularly committed to inventing a new urban development model for tomorrow. To do so, our "common language" should be the new framework of the SDGs that we must localize.