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.

Legally, it could take the United States at least three years to pull out of the international treaty on mitigating climate change. During the interim, the country may cede valuable opportunities for new low-carbon businesses.
A tenfold increase in the pace of clean tech deployment is required to meet the Paris Agreement goals.
Policy changes and partnerships are absolutely necessary to keep us under 2 degrees C. How will you help?
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To limit global warming, we need to do more than reduce emissions. Kaiser Permanente, Interface and other pioneers are already on the case.
The U.S. and China have confirmed that the global economy is about to change beyond all recognition. Now businesses and investors have to respond.
Responding to climate risk and seizing the opportunities surrounding clean energy are two vital next steps.