Time for business leadership ! Early, bold and comprehensive action to reduce climate change is absolutely necessary. Busi...
Claude Fussler Director Caring for Climate  Programme
Welcome !
153 196 298
Numbers matter Grow the efficiency wave Emulate and cooperate  C ommunicate  o n  P rogress Shape public attitudes 2 300 I...
The founding partnership WBCSD
Georg Kell Executive Director UN Global Compact
Sylvie Lemmet Director Division of Technology, Industry and Economics United Nations Environment Programme
Björn Stigson President World Business Council for Sustainable Development  WBCSD
The founding partnership WBCSD
Fu Chengyu Chief Executive Officer China National Offshore Oil Corporation
The  innovation  wedge 2050 450 now Decoupling economic growth from carbon combustion needs  massive, multiple innovations...
Low hanging fruits & demanding technologies  The last 15 Gt CO 2  cost 50 to 800 $/tonne  The first 15 Gt CO 2  have a pos...
45 trillion $ for 40 years of  energy innovation Supply side Carbon capture & storage power plants Coal gasification and u...
Consensus on the benefits of  early  action  The  IEA scenarios  require  urgent implementation  of unprecedented and far-...
The road post Kyoto, to Copenhagen 2009… The challenge is not the cost but the rules of burden distribution between rich a...
Negotiate a combination of complex agreements Agree to a global stabilisation level of CO2/GHGs and a time frame  (IPCC re...
At the same time: business leadership required Early, bold and comprehensive action to reduce climate change is absolutely...
Caring for Climate the business leadership platform on climate change A voluntary commitment for  performance <ul><li>Meas...
Caring for Climate the business leadership platform on climate change A voluntary commitment for  outreach <ul><li>Be a ch...
COP 15 World Business Summit on  Climate Change
Amplify  reach and leverage of Caring for Climate  5 priorities Measure   Progress and Needs Advocate solutions and polici...
Caring for Climate the business leadership platform on climate change 298  signatories 206  large companies 92 SMEs % by r...
102 signatories 64  large companies 38 SMEs Amplify     new signatories since May 1, 2008
Amplify North America United States Carroll Properties Corporation  Newmont Mining Corp Planson International Middle East ...
Amplify Brazil CPFL Energia SA Grupo Abril - Abril S/A MDD Comercio e Representacoes de Papel Ltda. YMF Consultoria De Sis...
Amplify Australia Sustainable Living Fabrics Pty Ltd. China China National Offshore Oil Corp. China Ocean Shipping Group -...
Amplify Pakistan Agriauto Industries Limited Amjad Ahsan Infotech (Pvt) Limited Atlas Honda Limited Attock Refinery Limite...
Amplify Armenia Hai Consult - Consulting Fund Croatia Spona Communications Denmark AarhusKarlshamn AB Broedrene Hartmann A...
Amplify Spain Bancaja Ferrocarrils de La Generalitat de Catalunya Eulen S.A. Gas Natural SDG, S.A. Iberdrola S.A. La Seda ...
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The Seers of Rig Veda speak on behalf of earth for its Principle of Replenishment,
"You give me and I give you".But we forgot it in our over enthusiasm and have evidently lost much.
There is not an easy solution now to workwell for everyone, but there are solutions that do work.
Open minds about the power of common efforts can give us another opportunity.

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  1. 1. Time for business leadership ! Early, bold and comprehensive action to reduce climate change is absolutely necessary. Businesses must take action to reduce their carbon footprint and to develop innovative solutions. I particularly encourage business involvement in leadership initiatives, such as UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon July 2007 Caring for Climate
  2. 2. Claude Fussler Director Caring for Climate Programme
  3. 3. Welcome !
  4. 4. 153 196 298
  5. 5. Numbers matter Grow the efficiency wave Emulate and cooperate C ommunicate o n P rogress Shape public attitudes 2 300 Inspire useful policies Create a low-carbon economy Reed’s Law
  6. 6. The founding partnership WBCSD
  7. 7. Georg Kell Executive Director UN Global Compact
  8. 8. Sylvie Lemmet Director Division of Technology, Industry and Economics United Nations Environment Programme
  9. 9. Björn Stigson President World Business Council for Sustainable Development WBCSD
  10. 10. The founding partnership WBCSD
  11. 11. Fu Chengyu Chief Executive Officer China National Offshore Oil Corporation
  12. 12. The innovation wedge 2050 450 now Decoupling economic growth from carbon combustion needs massive, multiple innovations 350 Energy efficiency Zero carbon energy Carbon capture Cooperation and burden sharing
  13. 13. Low hanging fruits & demanding technologies The last 15 Gt CO 2 cost 50 to 800 $/tonne The first 15 Gt CO 2 have a positive return Technology optimism
  14. 14. 45 trillion $ for 40 years of energy innovation Supply side Carbon capture & storage power plants Coal gasification and ultra-supercritical Nuclear renaissance On- & Offshore wind power Biomass gasification and cogeneration Non-food bio fuels High efficiency photovoltaic systems Solar power concentration Demand side Energy efficiency in buildings, appliances, mobility systems and industrial motors Heat pumps Solar space and water heating Carbon capture in industry Electric and plug-in vehicles
  15. 15. Consensus on the benefits of early action The IEA scenarios require urgent implementation of unprecedented and far-reaching new policies in the energy sector The risks of delayed climate action will cost at least a continuous 5% of world GDP (Stern Review 2006) 45 trillion dollars are equivalent to 1.1 % of world GDP Energy innovation and fossil fuel substitution can save 51 trillion dollars and stabilise oil markets
  16. 16. The road post Kyoto, to Copenhagen 2009… The challenge is not the cost but the rules of burden distribution between rich and developing nations A political will and decision to set a target for carbon/GHGs emission levels that limits the risks of climate change while ensuring economic development and poverty reduction… A time table for rapid and concerted action… Bali Action Plan A long term vision
  17. 17. Negotiate a combination of complex agreements Agree to a global stabilisation level of CO2/GHGs and a time frame (IPCC recommendations) Agree to differentiated ( + / - ) national targets in line with capabilities and development needs Ensure appropriate monitoring ??? ppm Agree an infringement cost that stimulates compliance <ul><li>Enable markets to operate for lowest cost mitigation in </li></ul><ul><li>joint implementation, </li></ul><ul><li>cooperation in technology and clean development, </li></ul><ul><li>sectoral initiatives, </li></ul><ul><li>etc. </li></ul>Finance and foster technology innovation + - CO 2
  18. 18. At the same time: business leadership required Early, bold and comprehensive action to reduce climate change is absolutely necessary. Businesses must take action to reduce their carbon footprint and to develop innovative solutions. I particularly encourage business involvement in leadership initiatives, such as UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon July 2007 Caring for Climate
  19. 19. Caring for Climate the business leadership platform on climate change A voluntary commitment for performance <ul><li>Measure CO2 and GHGs emissions </li></ul><ul><li>Develop a coherent climate and energy strategy </li></ul><ul><li>Increase energy efficiency and reduce the carbon burden </li></ul><ul><li>Set voluntary improvement targets </li></ul><ul><li>Empower employees throughout the organisation </li></ul><ul><li>Communicate annually and publically on progress </li></ul>
  20. 20. Caring for Climate the business leadership platform on climate change A voluntary commitment for outreach <ul><li>Be a champion for rapid, extensive action on climate risks </li></ul><ul><li>Cooperate with others in the sector and value chain </li></ul><ul><li>Help shaping public attitudes for energy conservation </li></ul><ul><li>Inspire policies that disseminate and amplify innovations </li></ul><ul><li>Support policy makers for a good outcome of climate negotiations </li></ul>
  21. 21. COP 15 World Business Summit on Climate Change
  22. 22. Amplify reach and leverage of Caring for Climate 5 priorities Measure Progress and Needs Advocate solutions and policies that enable innovation and inclusion Share knowledge and join forces Partner with UNEP, WBCSD and like-minded business networks
  23. 23. Caring for Climate the business leadership platform on climate change 298 signatories 206 large companies 92 SMEs % by regions numbers by sectors
  24. 24. 102 signatories 64 large companies 38 SMEs Amplify  new signatories since May 1, 2008
  25. 25. Amplify North America United States Carroll Properties Corporation Newmont Mining Corp Planson International Middle East Egypt Allied Soft CompuMe Sekem Group Syrian Arab Republic Rayess Kingdom Group United Arab Emirates Energy Management Services Total Project Management Africa Kenya Caz Creole Pwani Oil Products Ltd South Africa Richards Bay Coal Terminal Co. Ltd. Southern Trident Pty Ltd Sudan Pancrop Commercial Co. Ltd. SOMMAR
  26. 26. Amplify Brazil CPFL Energia SA Grupo Abril - Abril S/A MDD Comercio e Representacoes de Papel Ltda. YMF Consultoria De Sistemas Ltd Chile Surfrut Ltda. Ecuador A.C.P. Confidenza Mexico Grupo Via Delphi, SA de CV. Icono Comercial, S.A. de C.V. Panama Cable & Wireless Panama S.A. Fortuna, S.A. La Prensa Multibank Peru Ambiental Consultores
  27. 27. Amplify Australia Sustainable Living Fabrics Pty Ltd. China China National Offshore Oil Corp. China Ocean Shipping Group - COSCO Esquel Group of Companies India Air India Global Synergetic Foundation TCE Consulting Engineers Limited Indonesia Martha Tilaar Group Japan Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation Republic of Korea Pulmuone Co. Ltd. Malaysia DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd Sri Lanka Aitken Spence & Company Ltd Kelani Valley Plantations Limited MAS Holdings (Pvt.) Ltd. Thailand Pranda Jewelry Public Company Ltd
  28. 28. Amplify Pakistan Agriauto Industries Limited Amjad Ahsan Infotech (Pvt) Limited Atlas Honda Limited Attock Refinery Limited BASF Pakistan (Pvt) Limited Hinopak Motors Limited International Industries Limited Newports Institute of Communications and Economics Pakistan Refinery Limited Rastgar Engineering Company Private Limited Seri Sugar Mills Ltd. Sitara Chemical Industries Limited Thal Engineering Philippines Development Bank of the Philippines Primex Singapore Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts Pte Ltd
  29. 29. Amplify Armenia Hai Consult - Consulting Fund Croatia Spona Communications Denmark AarhusKarlshamn AB Broedrene Hartmann A/S Coloplast Noir.Illuminati II Phoenix Design Aid A/S France AG2R AXA France Telecom Inoxia Publicis Groupe S.A. Germany PARTICIP GmbH Greece Coca-Cola Hellenic Luxembourg ArcelorMittal Netherlands ASN Bank Portugal Groupe Bial Slovenia Store Steel Switzerland Ecofact AG MCI Group Holdings SA
  30. 30. Amplify Spain Bancaja Ferrocarrils de La Generalitat de Catalunya Eulen S.A. Gas Natural SDG, S.A. Iberdrola S.A. La Seda de Barcelona Red Eléctrica de España SOLARIG Sweden Banco Fonder Congrex Group GES Investment Services Lindex SAS Group Vattenfall AB Turkey AvivaSA Emeklilik ve Hayat United Kingdom AVIVA plc BT Group plc Centrica plc Cierra Total Recycling Solutions, Ltd. Hiscox Ltd Pentland Group Plc Salterbaxter Design Limited
  31. 31. Welcome !
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