In December 2015, the United Nations will convene COP21 in Paris, which has been billed as the most important climate summit in history, with the goal of forging a strong global agreement to address climate change. Catch the GreenBiz coverage of the business-eye view of COP21, one of the largest gatherings ever of corporate executives, sustainability professionals and activists.

They'll always have Paris. What did the U.N. climate summit mean to business leaders who lived it? Experts from H&M, BASF, Autodesk and others weigh in.
With lots of private money flowing into clean energy innovation, can climate negotiators finally stop arguing about where the cash will come from?
No more words. From Aberdeen to Zurich, these maps display a world of activity at the U.N. climate talks in Paris.
The Low Carbon Technology Partnership would help the world mitigate climate change and achieve sustainable development.
Is this the world's last chance to save the planet? More businesses are onboard than ever. Here's a guide to the names behind the names.
Here's a quick guide to decipher what's really happening at the United Nations climate negotiations.
Just as U.N. climate talks begin, these four meaty reports envision setbacks and hope around the world.
Politicians want businesses to step up ahead of the United Nations climate talks, but businesses say they need certainty on issues such as carbon pricing.
If Paris is really the "last chance" to avert the worst impacts of climate change, what will it take for more big businesses to make their moves?
This year's U.N. climate convention and a planned summit of its sister treaty, the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), are more important than usual. So far, neither has been postponed.