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As the United Nations Climate Change Conference convenes from 30 November to 12 December in Dubai, PwC will join the discussions to help advance meaningful action to address the climate and nature crises.
Solving these twin crises is going to take deep collaboration across all sectors and geographies, and PwC’s Net Zero Economy Index 2023 and the UN Global Stocktake synthesis report underscore the urgency needed. We’re committed to playing our part, and COP28 is our moment to broker radical collaboration to remove barriers and scale solutions.
Join us—let's make our climate actions count.
PwC is excited to participate in events throughout COP, bringing leaders together to explore solutions on key topics.
By partnering with organizations such as Resilience Hub and We Mean Business, we will be live in the Blue Zone and inviting business, policy and NGO leaders to explore actions we can take to turn climate ambition into practical, purpose-led plans.
PwC will also be active outside of the Blue Zone, including hosting events in our PwC Dubai Experience Center.
Key topics of discussion include:
“We need systemic change that ensures the incentives in market economies contribute towards positive outcomes for society and the planet. It’s about rewiring the fundamental system of incentives, norms and values that drive the economy.”
“We need to act to reduce the intensity of energy demand, not just transform supply. Because the lowest carbon gigawatt is one you do not use. We need a focus on demand reduction alongside decarbonisation.”
“We need more businesses to act and report on nature, to drive a shift in global financial flows away from nature-negative outcomes and toward nature-positive outcomes.”
“We need business and government to assume leadership roles in climate technology. This will require focus, increased funding, and changes in regulatory and reporting requirements to enable the growth of a climate technology ecosystem.”
“We need business and private investors to support adaptation solutions and innovations that governments may have difficulty financing, but that are mutually beneficial.”
“High quality and robust standards are the ‘guard rails’ that provide stakeholders with information that show progress against sustainability goals, and which are decision useful.”
“The scale of investment needed to achieve net zero has to be viewed as an opportunity. This is the chance for investors to be at the forefront of the transition to a cleaner economy, creating profound social and economic value. De-risking carbon transition projects is key to unlocking this future.”
To avoid the worst impacts of climate change, business, government and society need to work together to transition to a net zero economy. At PwC, we believe the business community has a role to make that happen. We're committed to leading by example and reaching net zero in line with 2030 targets.
As well as addressing our own nature footprint, we at PwC are helping to build the systems and frameworks that will deliver the trusted information needed to underpin a nature positive transition. We are committed to playing our part in delivering a nature positive world.
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