Valuable lessons: Climate Initiatives by World Economic Forum.

When it comes to read about a certain topic or even a report. I prefer and refer few of the known that comes to my knowledge till now. These are the reports, I hope people read, we can say as the most globally recognizable reports such as World Economic Forum, McKinsey Global Institute, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, World Health Organization and NASA. Categorically, still reports are there to read. I felt bad that I don’t know. I have a habit of looking forward to read further. I never settle with a single report or single view. More often, I go with several dimensions to refer.

I read the materials that comes to my ear/hand. I don’t compare any materials. I could visualize every material will gonna say something good or a lesson too.

This is one of the very good and readable article had given initiatives to the climate change.

Let’s have a look at it. I’m gonna paste the source link down below. Please refer further.

Climate change poses an urgent threat to economic progress, global food security, our natural systems, and individual livelihoods. Communities around the world are already experiencing increased climate impacts, from droughts to floods, rising seas to extreme weathers. The World Economic Forum’s Risk Report continuest to rank these environmental threats at the top of the list.

Public and private sector collaboration is essential to create a marketplace that will enable dramatic reductions in emissions and build resilience. The Forum’s Climate Initiatives provide a global platform to help raise ambition and accelerate climate action through multi-stakeholder partnerships.

The Climate Initiatives’ focus areas

The Forum’s Climate Initiatives are focused on three key areas of work to mitigate and adapt to climate change:

– Raising political ambition for key governments and business to have plans in place to reduce emissions and build climate resilience in alignment with scientific recommendations by COP26 in 2020.

– Accelerating transformational change across key value chains to ensure businesses play their role in tackling climate change.

– Creating effective governance and market mechanisms that incentivize investments to build a low carbon economy.

Global action on climate change must be taken to deliver enhanced national action plans and concrete solutions to reduce emissions and build resilience.


With respect.

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