Davos: Business Leaders Urge Climate Deal


environmentalleader.com | Published January 27, 2015

Business leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos are urging governments to reach a climate change agreement at the UN Climate Change Conference, which will take place in Paris in December.

“This is the year to make a big climate deal in Paris,” Feike Sijbesma, chief executive of DSM, a Dutch nutrition and materials company, told the New York Times. “We need to push further awareness, we need to put a price on carbon.”

And at a panel discussion on Friday, corporate leaders called… read more>


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