A Changing Climate for Business: What the UN Climate Negotiations Mean for Business

A Changing Climate for Business: What the UN Clim...

Yvo de Boer, global special advisor, Climate Change & Sustainability Services and former executive secretary, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change; Ted Senko, global CEO Climate Change & Sustainability Services; and Alina Averchenkova, director, Climate Change & Sustainability Services. | Jan. 12, 2011 | 9:00am ET Global Energy Institute

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The United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 16) in Cancun, Mexico, is part of an ongoing effort to develop a global climate change agreement as well as mobilize business and finance across the developed and developing worlds to make coordinated action on global climate change work.

 

In this Webcast, Yvo de Boer, global special advisor, Climate Change & Sustainability Services, will discuss the outcome of the COP 16. The panel will also include Ted Senko, global CEO, Climate Change & Sustainability Services and Alina Averchenkova, director, Climate Change & Sustainability Services. The discussion will include what the results mean to businesses from a risk, opportunity, regulatory, and marketplace perspective.

 

The panel also will provide a more detailed discussion on the impacts and opportunities for businesses, including opportunities for process improvement, cost optimization, innovation, and growth that can help to respond to increasing consumer demand and generate a competitive business edge.

 

The push for a global climate change agreement is part of efforts to address the long-term issues of rising energy prices, increasing energy security risks, rapid global population growth, and a scarcity of raw materials. These issues will have a significant impact on business.

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