The IPCC Report & What it Means for Corporate Climate Action

August 23, 2021

Schneider Electric sustainability and climate action experts discuss the implications of the IPCC’s report released on August 9th, 2021. In the report, which the UN has described as a ‘code red for humanity’, IPCC scientists warn of faster global warming and regional changes that are already causing irreversible damage and extreme weather events. Our experts discuss:

  • How these impacts are affecting companies today
  • What this means for corporate climate goals
  • Recommendations on what companies can do today to take climate action
  • How organizations should think about evolving their business
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