Launched in 2007 at COP13 Bali and now in its sixth edition, the Climate Action publication is read and referred to consistently throughout the year and features world-class thought leadership from some of the most influential political, environmental and business commentators.
"This publication [Climate Action] sets out a number of actions that organisations and governments can take… backed up by clear examples of how reducing greenhouse gas emissions can be achieved."
Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations
The publication assists governments by highlighting the latest business solutions and technologies, and offers the opportunity for policy-makers to outline new initiatives, programmes, green financing options and the future challenges that governments and are facing in driving their nations and communities towards sustainability.
For international business, Climate Action provides in-depth analysis on the latest developments, trends and opportunities within sustainable markets and industries, and provides a platform across which they can showcase their sustainable solutions and innovations directly to an audience of senior decision makers within both government and the wider corporate supply chain.
Regular sections and focuses include the growth of public-private partnerships, green solutions and innovations across water, energy, ICTs, transport and the built environment sectors, plus in-depth analysis into sustainable policy, finance and governance.
Following its annual launch at COP, Climate Action is then distributed via hardcopy and electronic formats to a bespoke and regularly updated database of over 18,500 named contacts in businesses, governments and public corporations worldwide.
Supported by the Climate Action website, monthly e-bulletins to a community of over 12,000 subscribers and a wide-variety of video interviews from business and governmental leaders, the Climate Action portfolio is designed as a multi-media platform for the international sustainability community.
Writers for Climate Action are first-class political, social, environmental and business commentators and include the following: