Over the past several months, have showcased evolving public positions on carbon pricing that contrast their long-standing history as a roadblock for climate policy. This shift provides an opportunity to drive ambition in the corporate world, but only if trade associations put their political and financial muscle behind these positions.
World's major economies are falling short in preventing the worst effects of climate change. Will they step up at U.S. President Biden's Leaders Summit on Climate?
Just transitions ensure people who depend on fossil fuel-intensive activities receive the support and social protection needed to thrive in a zero-carbon future.