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[PDF] Countdown to Copenhagen: Government, business and the battle against climate change

Author: Economist Intelligence Unit, The Economist, Published on: 1 January 2009

2009 has the potential to be a watershed year for climate change. The clock is counting down to the Copenhagen conference in December…Whatever policymakers in these various regions decide, the impact of regulation will fall primarily on the corporate sector, which is directly responsible for at least 40% of all greenhouse gas emissions…[T]his report considers the current attitudes within business regarding climate change, the actions that are being taken and the impact of the global economic outlook on the efforts being made...[refers to Alcoa, Allianz, APX, Ben & Jerry (part of Unilever), BT, CLP Group, Coca-Cola, De Beers Group, DLA Piper, DuPont, Eurostar, Ferrari, GE Money, Google,Grasim, HSBC, IBM, KPMG, Li & Fung, Mazda, Nissan, Pepsi, Procter & Gamble, Sainsbury, SAP, Sarasin Bank, Seven & i Holdings, Shell, Siemens, Skanska, Sony, Sumitomo Chemicals (part of Sumitomo Group), Sun Microsystems, Suzuki, Tesco, TNT, Tokyo Electric Power, Tropicana, Unilever Group, UPS, Walkers Crisps, Walmart, Westpac, Xcel Energy]

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Related companies: Alcoa Allianz Ben & Jerry's (part of Unilever) BT Coca-Cola De Beers (part of Anglo American) DLA Piper DuPont Google (part of Alphabet) HSBC IBM KPMG Li & Fung Mazda Nissan PepsiCo Procter & Gamble Sainsbury's SAP Seven & i Shell Siemens Skanska Sony Sumitomo Chemical (part of Sumitomo Group) Sun Microsystems Suzuki Tesco TNT (part of TPG) Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) Tropicana (part of PepsiCo) Unilever UPS Walkers (part of PepsiCo) Walmart Westpac Xcel Energy