Reaching net zero is a global effort. Through our campaigning and on-the-ground work at COP26, the CBI will represent UK business' initiatives, challenges and successes on the world stage. And, because actions speak louder than words, we'll work to drive real policy outcomes that make a difference.
It's all for one and one for all. We will increase global business collaboration on climate and biodiversity - because the climate crisis knows no borders.
We will highlight the good work businesses have done, and how they've reduced their own carbon footprints, to inspire firms earlier on in their net zero journeys.
Actions speak louder than words. We will help to drive ambitious domestic and international policy action, and we'll ensure the UK government knows the views and challenges of business when it comes to net zero.
Our work - and the work of business - doesn't end when COP does. We'll provide businesses with insight on the outcomes of the Summit, and identify gaps in progress that need addressing beyond COP.
Having been an observer on the last day of COP26, industry expert Nick Murry of Asesoria Group takes us a deep dive into what happened in Glasgow and considers what it means for your business.
World Wide Generation explains the significance of the Task Force on Climate-Related Disclosures (TCFD) and provides tips on how SMEs can tackle sustainability reporting.
Reckitt shares how the company approached becoming more energy efficient across their value chain and reduced their overall footprint through innovation.
KPMG shares suggestions on steps companies can take to prepare themselves before approaching banks on green financing.
What part does business play in the alignment of the climate and nature crises? How will it support coordinated international action to protect, conserve and restore the planet? Key takeaways from the CBI's Nature & Biodiversity husting at COP26 in Glasgow.
Throughout COP, the CBI is bringing the conversations taking place in boardrooms to a global audience. On your behalf, we'll be asking the questions that really matter about net zero.How to watch
A tool for exploring insights into climate targets, drivers of change, impactful initiatives, barriers to progress and lessons learned. Connect with other organisations to learn or collaborate.
The UK has a legally binding net zero by 2050 target. Business is at the heart of net zero delivery, and our campaign calls on government to clarify how policy will get the UK on track.