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September 2017
Bob P. & mayors Climate Week
Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski, Des Moines Mayor Frank Cownie, and Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales join C2ES President Bob Perciasepe at a Climate Week NYC event cosponsored by C2ES and the U.S. Conference of Mayors.

Cities driving toward climate goals

A nationwide survey by C2ES and The U.S. Conference of Mayors released at Climate Week in NY shows that cities are moving decisively toward their climate goals, and they’re eager to partner with businesses to do more.

Disclosing Climate Risks

A new C2ES policy brief says the recommendations of a business-led task force are a promising first step in establishing consistency and depth in corporate reporting on climate change.
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Putting a price on carbon

In a new brief and a recent webinar, C2ES explores how companies around the world are turning to an internal carbon price to help reduce emissions, mitigate risks, and move toward a low-carbon economy.
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Lessons from hurricane season

Jay Gulledge writes that the devastating 2017 hurricane season offers a sobering lesson: precipitation extremes are intensifying and will continue to as the climate warms.

Spurring climate action through partnerships

Amy Morsch highlights a series of case studies from the Alliance for a Sustainable Future showing how cities and business are working together to advance climate action.

Moving forward with U.S. greenhouse gas reductions

An updated C2ES policy brief projects where U.S. emissions will be in 2025 under the current policy outlook, and looks at the kinds of steps that could deliver further reductions.
 

Apply now for a Climate Leadership Award

The application period for the 2018 Climate Leadership Awards has been extended. Apply until Oct. 17 to be recognized for your climate leadership Feb 28-March 2 in Denver.

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C2ES in the news 


NBC News highlights a survey by C2ES and The U.S. Conference of Mayors Future showing U.S. cities are moving forward with climate action and looking to partner with businesses to meet their climate goals.
 
The Washington Post, UN Climate Action, Reuters and Greenwire all report on our corporate climate pricing brief and webinar.
 
The Guardian highlights C2ES research from our Capitol Hill discussion on Carbon Capture technology.
 
Green Biz features a C2ES-backed initiative to help industry develop more energy efficient heating and cooling functions.
 
City Lab cites C2ES research on renewable fuels in the Gulf Coast region in its report on Hurricane Harvey’s impact on the oil industry.
 

 

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Mark your calendar

 
Sept. 30: Janet Peace speaks at the Global Conference on Environmental Taxation in Tucson, Ariz.

Oct 2: C2ES Webinar: Climate Risk Disclosure

Oct. 7: Bob Perciasepe speaks at the Society of Environmental Journalists 27th Annual Conference in Pittsburgh, Pa.

Oct. 11: Ashley Lawson speaks at the Air & Waste Management Association conference in Arlington, Va.

Oct. 23: Manjyot Bhan Ahluwalia speaks on corporate carbon pricing to American University master's degree students in Washington.
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