A new report has reaffirmed the vital need for cities to collaborate with companies, investors, and regional governments to mitigate the impact of climate change. Published this week, the new report by global infrastructure firm AECOM and non-profit organization CDP, sponsored by Bloomberg Philanthropies, is their fifth annual report, and further clarifies the need for cities [&hellip
Collaboration Vital For Cities To Tackle Climate Change was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A new global agreement to tackle climate change will take effect on Nov. 4 after the accord crossed an important threshold for support late on Wednesday.
The CDSB, a consortium of more than 150 investment firms and other companies, announced a new climate change reporting framework to encourage transparency when it comes to the impact on investors' money.