Asia & Oceania - Local Networks Regional Meeting
Caring for Climate Business Forum
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Business has solutions to the world’s climate challenges. To make a lasting commitment to address climate change, we invite you to join over 400 companies from 60 countries in the Caring for Climate initiative.
By joining the world’s largest business initiative on climate, your company can:
- Demonstrate leadership on critical climate issues
- Link current efforts to a UN-led initiative
- Share best and emerging practices with peers at events such as the annual Caring for Climate Business Forum
- Shape the climate change policy agenda
How to Join
Participants sign the Caring for Climate Statement, a formal commitment to take practical actions. This may include setting greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets, for example.
Ask your highest-level executive to sign a copy of the Caring for Climate Statement or submit a letter indicating support of the Statement to firstname.lastname@example.org. This includes a pledge to disclose your progress annually.
You do not have to be a UN Global Compact participant to make this commitment. However, companies are expected to become a signatory within two years of signing the Caring for Climate Statement.
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