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CBCA

To further put into practice China’s Intended Nationally Determined Contribution under the framework of the Paris Agreement, C Team together with Vanke Foundation, SEE Foundation and other organizations, officially launched a non- profit cooperation network- China Business Climate Action (CBCA) in September 2018 at the Global Climate Action Summit.
 
In December 2018, China Business Climate Action (CBCA) successfully hosted the Making Collective Impact of Corporate Climate Action side event at China Pavilion at the 2018 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP24). Xie Zhenhua, Special Representative for Climate Change Affairs of China, and former US Vice President Al Gore attended the event and delivered opening remarks. At the event, dozens of domestic and foreign guests from industry associations, enterprises, think tanks and environmental NGOs participated in the dialogues and shared cases to discuss the promotion of collective impacts of corporate climate action. Led by Wang Shi, representatives of the CBCA co-organizers established a steering committee to implement the eight action strategies proposed at the Global Climate Action Summit in September in California.
 

Science-Based Targets

As of December 2018
21 CBCA co-organizers
21 members and supporters
Hosted two international events: corporate session of China Pavilion at Global Climate Action Summit, and corporate session of China Pavilion at COP24
Organized two workshops: Climate Change and Business Development, Business Risks and Opportunities Brought by Climate Change.

China Business Climate Action Proposal

To further put into practice China’s Nationally Determined Contribution under the framework of the Paris Agreement, we call on businesses, industry associations, environmental NGOs, research institutions, media, and other players to do the following: 
 
We call on industrial associations, chambers of commerce, and federations to lead and promote carbon emission reduction, green transformation and green innovation in the entire industry chain and industry cluster. 
 
We call on businesses to integrate climate change programs into their development strategies and corporate social responsibility, to be a model in addressing climate change, to actively promote sustainable business models and solutions to climate change, and lead the trend of markets, industries and policies. 
 
We propose the following actions:
 
1.  Strengthen carbon management and carbon disclosure, and set greenhouse gas emission reduction targets in line with the Paris Agreement; 
 
2.  Promote renewable energy technologies, and advocate the utilization of renewable energies; 
 
3. Promote the experience and technology of green manufacturing, low carbon and circular development to reduce waste;
 
4.Promote sustainable development of the upstream and downstream industries for a green supply chain; 
 
5.Improve energy efficiency in construction, reduce energy consumption, and promote eco-friendly planning and design; 
 
6. Advocate green transport, such as new energy vehicles; 
 
7. Provide green consumption options for consumers; 
 
8. Promote carbon markets, carbon trading and green finance.
 
The business sector should take actions to combat climate change, mobilize and support nongovernmental forces and engage more people in such initiatives and climate governance to jointly build a green ecosystem and a brighter future. 

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We are committed to encouraging companies to incorporate climate change action into corporate development strategies and corporate social responsibility so as to reduce carbo

CBCA

To further put into practice China&r...

Science-Based Targets

As of December 201821 CBCA co-organi...

China Business Climate Action Proposal

To further put into practice China&r...
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