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Business leaders across sectors are becoming acutely aware of the impact of Copenhagen and the transition to a low carbon economy in the next 2 to 5 years on global supply chains.
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On Dec. 9 something rather unusual happened: a well-paid executive voluntarily cut his own compensation. The CEO of Baltimore-based Constellation Energy, Mayo A. Shattuck III, took a pass on the...
What's the link between Shakespeare, consumers, and sustainability? Well, after listening to Muhtar Kent, speak at Kronborg Castle in Copenhagen, I believe it is clear that the big consumer brands are significantly stepping up their activities on sustainability
What is clear to me after several days here at COP15 is that the focus has moved, from a business standpoint, deliberately towards solutions.
In a cross-industry CEO breakout session, chief executives indicated that they believe the technologies are ready in many cases, and that the money is there. They said what they need is for policymakers to provide a clear set of desired outcomes and rules of engagement.
And therein lies the first Copenhagen ‘so what’ for me. Copenhagen will likely be remembered as a milestone on a longer journey rather than the ‘big deal.’
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