Friday, 27 March 2009

Green Investing: Towards a Clean Energy Infrastructure

CEO Climate Policy Recommendations

CEO Climate Policy Recommendations to G8 LeadersCEO Statement 
Forum Partner companies lead business input into the Gleneagles Dialogue on climate International business leaders, together with governments and climate specialists, have drawn up a comprehensive set of business recommendations on a post-2012 framework for global climate policy. The “CEO Climate Policy Recommendations to G8 Leaders” will help inform G8 leaders’ climate change discussions at their Hokkaido-Toyako summit this July.
The recommendations are received by the Japanese government just ahead of the G8 Summit. The statement is the result of 16 months of high-level consultation among senior CEOs – Industry Partners of the Forum – from a range of companies and countries. The statement was circulated among a wider group of Forum Partner firms; it invites their CEOs to join the endorsing group.

The CEO statement is international businesses’ input to the G20 Gleneagles Dialogue on Climate Change, Clean Energy and Sustainable Development. It is a pragmatic and practical leader-level document that contains clear messages and suggestions on issues of mitigation, technology, finance and adaptation. It also outlines ideas on long-term and intermediate international goals and supports bold action from the leaders of the major economies.

A Steering Board consisting of the following World Economic Forum Industry Partner companies guided development of this CEO statement for the G8: Alcoa (USA), AIG (USA), Applied Materials (USA), Basic Element (Russian Federation), British Airways (UK), Deutsche Bank (Germany), Duke Energy (USA), Electricité de France (EdF) (France), Eskom (South Africa), Petrobras (Brazil), RusHydro (Russian Federation), Royal Dutch Shell (Netherlands), Telstra (Australia), Tokyo Electric Power (Japan), TNT (Netherlands), Vattenfall (Sweden).

The process was coordinated by the World Economic Forum in collaboration with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. The Pew Centre on Global Climate Change served as a resource partner.

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