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Copenhagen Communique

The Copenhagen Communiqué on Climate Change is the definitive progressive statement from the international business community which was published ahead of the United Nations (UN) climate change conference in Copenhagen in December 2009. In the run up to the COP-15, it secured the support of over 950 companies, from the US, EU, Japan, Australia and Canada, to Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa; ranging from the world’s largest companies and best known brands, to Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs).In just two pages, it sets out the business case for an ambitious, robust, effective and equitable UN climate framework and offers a progressive global consensus on the shape of an agreement.
 
The Copenhagen Communiqué is an initiative of The Prince of Wales's Corporate Leaders' Group on Climate Changewhich is run by The University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership.

Copenhagen Communique
Source TypeNon governmental organization
Number of Companies Reported from Source  348 companies
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