COP27 is an opportunity for business and government to work together to reduce emissions, ensure access to climate finance and scale-up adaptation efforts.
After the momentum built at COP26 and the signing of the Glasgow Climate Pact, COP27 is an opportunity for further implementation. Thousands of government delegates from around the world, alongside leading NGOs, civil society and the private sector, will meet to deliver on the promises made in Glasgow. The objectives are clear: we must continue to work together to reduce emissions, ensure access to climate finance, and scale-up adaptation efforts.
No one organization or industry can solve the problem alone, and collaboration between public and private sectors is key. EY believes that climate change is everybody’s business.
So as government reaches out, how can business step in? How can business move faster to slow climate change? Collectively, business has the capacity, capability and the will to accelerate the low-carbon future we all need. Together we can become more sustainable and at the same time protect and create value for business, society and the planet.
At EY, we call this value-led sustainability. We have the global experience, capabilities and convening power to bring business, governments and other climate stakeholders together so that we can all create a better, more sustainable working world.
Explore our insights in the run up to COP27 on how organizations can act on the promises made in Glasgow.