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12 Nov 2015

The B Team

A Long-Term Goal at COP21 is Critical: Open Letter to World Leaders

In an open letter to Heads of State, 22 business and civil society leaders from around the globe urged world leaders to…ensure a clear and ambitious long-term goal is part of the COP21 agreement…now is a critical time for these leaders to hear that business supports an ambitious climate agreement being made in Paris this December. A long-term goal is essential because it will facilitate the mobilisation of economic and human resources and will inspire the private sector to invest and innovate to achieve de-carbonisation of the global economy at the speed and scale required…Additionally the companies who have signed the letter are acting to address climate change in their operations through a number of measures…[Also refers to Broad Group, Econet, Kering, Natura, NRG Energy, Safaricom, Salesforce, Tata Group, Tiffany & Co., Unilever, Virgin Group]