The world’s climate negotiators met in Glasgow at the beginning of November for the next round of global climate talks, aiming to agree actions that limit temperature rise to 1.5°C. Following the conference, we hosted a webinar to outline what took place and analyse what this means for businesses and global climate action.
In the session, we covered:
- What announcements were made and what they mean for corporates acting on climate
- What are the big challenges that were overcome and which remain?
- How is corporate climate leadership changing in a post-Paris world?
Watch the recording below.
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