The need for dialogue, knowledge sharing, technology transfer and vast financial support

During the PreCOP28 in Katowice, business leaders representing local Climate Governance Initiative chapters from Poland, Turkey, Malaysia and Uzbekistan  joined a debate about the green transition and the opportunities it can offer to developing markets and businesses. The debate was a part of arrangements made ahead of the COP28 conference and centred on the ways to accelerate climate transition in economies at different stages of development and facing various challenges. 

Chapter Zero Slovenia launches

On 18 April, Chapter Zero Slovenia became the 25th active Chapter in the Climate Governance Initiative's global network, pledging to support supervisory and management boards as they develop climate and sustainability related competencies.

Strategy and Leadership in the Age of ESG. Educational programme for management boards, supervisory boards and owners launched in cooperation with Chapter Zero Poland

Chapter Zero Poland (coordinated by Responsible Business Forum) and Deloitte are launching cooperation with Queen Hedvig Academy on the educational programme „Strategy and Leadership in the Age of ESG” addressed to management and supervisory boards. Programme has been jointly prepared by Queen Hedvig Academy and IMD, one of the world’s top business schools. Programme is […]

Zapraszamy na CGI Global Summit 2022: Ambition to Action

12 października Climate Governance Initiative (CGI) organizuje 24-godzinną wirtualną konferencję Global Summit 2022: Ambition to Action, skupiającą członków_kinie rad nadzorczych i zarządów z całego świata i innych wybitnych mówców, którzy opowiadają się za skutecznym zarządzaniem klimatem . Zapraszamy do rejestracji udziału w wydarzeniu wszystkich członków_kinie Chapter Zero Poland!

Chairpersons’ Perspective: Shaping the Board’s Strategic Direction on Climate – webinar

Monday, 25th of April The Climate Governance Initiative is convening leading international chairpersons to discuss how their boards have adopted practices to transform the way their companies address climate change while also enhancing long-term enterprise value. – A panel discussion with Feike Sybesma (Royal Philips Chair), Sharon Thorne (Deloitte Global Chair) and Sheila Murray (Teck […]

COP26 brings a mix of hope and concern

With COP26 having drawn to a close, the Climate Governance Initiative (CGI) can look back on these two weeks with a mix of hope and relief, thrown in with concern for the opportunities missed, and a renewed determination to play our part as board members in confronting the challenges that lie ahead. As governments struggle to find consensus, business must now take the lead.

Climate crisis requires boards to put climate transition at the heart of corporate strategy – Climete Governance Initiative statement for COP 26

As the global UN COP26 climate talks commence in Glasgow, the international Climate Governance Initiative (CGI) has called on board directors across the world to place the climate transition at the heart of corporate strategy and board decision-making. In a statement released today, the CGI points to warnings from Mark Carney and others that the […]

New Legal Primer examines 20 jurisdictions and European Union

As climate crisis reshapes business, board directors must rethink legal duties . A new legal Primer produced jointly by the Commonwealth Climate and Law Initiative and the Climate Governance Initiative (CGI), examines the fast-changing landscape of climate risks and opportunities for business, and the implications for board directors’ legal obligations.