A core component of our Climate Policy activities is to foster strong policy signals and economic incentives promoting a race to the top where sustainable solutions can succeed. We actively call for policies that are consistent with ambitious action on climate and enable business-led solutions to scale up and speed up the implementation of the Paris Agreement. We aim to be the global voice of forward-thinking business in influential international forums, particularly in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Business has the capability and responsibility to develop and champion solutions to mitigate and adapt to climate change. Many of these solutions could be scaled up if the right regulatory frameworks were in place. The challenge lies in obtaining clear and consistent policies and economic incentives to enable action and investments by business into a low carbon future.
We successfully help create clear and consistent climate policy across industries and geographies through dialogue between business and policy-makers and global collaboration among business leaders. Collaboration at this scale is necessary to ensure inclusive action and ambition at a global level.
Business is leading the transition to a low-carbon economy. WBCSD is harnessing the power of collaboration to implement solutions at scale. Businesses can go further and faster, when we work together.
Climate Policy Working Group members meet regularly to shape key messages, share insights and plan for events to bring the voice of business.
Topical issues today include Paris Agreement implementation and ambition, carbon pricing and Science-Based Targets (SBTs).
As a registered UNFCCC observer, we provide yearlong access to negotiations, most importantly the annual Conference of the Parties (COP). We collaborate with We Mean Business to amplify our voice at key events.