Why is private sector action important?
A recent study has estimated that the private sector can close between 10 to 30 percent of the so-called “Paris Gap” – the difference between the 2015 Paris Agreement and what that agreement will achieve by 2030 if all countries comply with their commitments. So what are the key initiatives and trends that are structuring private sector action? And how can we expect private sector action to evolve in the future? This classroom will look at the steps that Danone – a large global food and drinks company – has taken to combat the impacts of climate change.
The Climate Classroom @ COP26 is an innovative learning experience designed to help those attending get quickly up-to-speed on key climate issues. Throughout COP26, our team of experts will deliver free online 45-minute classes that expose and introduce learners to a range of climate change topics – allowing delegates, professionals, and other interested parties to follow and contribute to climate discussions. Learning about climate change is essential to making timely, effective and sustainable decisions – so join us in The Climate Classroom and stay up-to-date on climate at COP26 and beyond!
Date: Thursday, November 11
Time: 10am GMT
Register here: https://bit.ly/3wsbh12
More info about the class: https://bit.ly/307fSt8
Pre-registration will be required for the class, which will have a maximum capacity of 50 participants. Spaces will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, and everyone is welcome to join.
This is an innovative learning experience designed to help those attending get quickly up-to-speed on key climate issues.