We can't leave anyone behind as we transition to a clean economy.
Plus, other happenings to know from the final week of COP25.
While the United States government has kept a low profile at this year’s COP25, the country's businesses have played a more enthusiastic role.
The stakes are high — how can we ensure the new nationally determined contributions raise confidence that we are on track to a 1.5 degree C world?
The main goal of this 'implementation COP' is to fill in legal and technical details left undefined in the Paris Agreement.
One question — what does the U.S. exit mean for curbing climate change?
"We are running out of time," said Oxfam International executive director Winnie Byanyima.
Citi, Keurig Dr Pepper and Micron set speedy targets, while Ingersoll Rand plays the long game.
Shareholders are asking oil majors to implement climate change risk management strategies that align with the Paris Agreement. What could that entail?