28 Oct '15, 4pm

More business leaders are joining the #ZeroBy2050 movement @thebteamhq

More business leaders are joining the #ZeroBy2050 movement @thebteamhq

“Decisive action on climate change is a moral and business imperative. Momentum is now building for a new direction; a new model of development that delivers a sharp reduction in emissions and a concerted effort to eliminate poverty in all its forms,” said Paul Polman , CEO of Unilever, Chair of WBCSD and B Team leader. “The climate summit in Paris will be the first test of our ability to implement the ambitious Sustainable Development Goal framework that will be adopted in New York this week. An ambitious long-term goal — net-zero emissions by 2050 — would send a signal that the world is serious about delivering climate security and global development for all.”

Full article: http://www.sustainablebrands.com/news_and_views/brand_inn...

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