2023 the year of Climate action according to FT

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2023 year of climate action (finally)

Financial Times: 2023 could be the year where climate action takes off due to a rare political quiet period. 

The article further explores the possibility of articulating the duality of climate change for businesses with the inherent complications and dilemmas there are.

Empty pledges and inaction

Momentum is building for creating change and driving transformation. 

But the article also highlights that there is a long way from pledging commitment to national and international frameworks and net zero pledges, to having true committed transparency and more than reasonable integrity in the promises.

Year of Sustainability 2023 in the UAE

Business change is often driven not from one aspect, but from multiple stakeholders with a variety of push buttons to press.

In the United Arab Emirates, the announcement of 2023 as the Year of Sustainability as well as being the host of the 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28) has pushed many of these buttons simultaneously. 

Companies, large and small, are preparing to show commitment and alignment to the Paris Agreement, and how they change the baseline and put action behind the commitments

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Some companies fear they are too late to make a good contribution with their climate and emissions transformations. But there are many reasons to start building the sustainability capabilities within your organisation:

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