Over the next decades, some $37 trillion will be invested in energy infrastructure and projects anyway. So why not use innovative policies and financial frameworks to redirect those investments, reduce costs and expand markets for clean, renewable energy? - See more at: http://unep.org/newscentre/Default.aspx?DocumentID=26857&ArticleID=35620&l=en#sthash.205xUTpr.dpuf
As organiser of the Sustainable Innovation Forum at Stade de France, I would like to offer my deepest condolences to all those who were affected by the hideous attacks that took place in Paris on Friday 13 November. Such violent acts of terror against innocent people are incomprehensible and abhorrent, and my thoughts are with the families who have lost loved ones or are caring for the many injured.
Climate Action’s latest video focuses on how businesses can best engage in COP21, the annual Conference of the Parties (COP) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) taking place in Paris this December.
Having received over 4000 pre-registrations, this week registration for SIF15 is officially opened to the public.
The Sustainable Innovation Forum takes place on the 7th and 8th of December at Stade de France, just outside of the La Bourget area, Paris. Now in its 6th year and hosted by Climate Action and the UNEP, SIF15 is endorsed by the host country and organiser of COP21, the French Government.
A recent Climate Action webinar brought together Dr. Bernhard Blattel, Vice President of Mobility at BMW Group and Jose Viegas, Secretary General of the OECD’s International Transport Forum to assess the key factors needed to accelerate sustainable urban mobility solutions ahead of COP21.