Climate Is Big Business conference will highlight business and investment opportunities in the transition toward strong resilient economies and societies that are healthy, equitable and innovative.
"Time is of the essence (and) we must act now," said Netherlands Environment Minister Sharon Dijksma. "We can't let Paris slip through our fingers and that's why we are here."
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What happened In San Francisco at the Climate is Big Business Conference? Check in 3 minutes!
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The Climate is Big Business conference got a lot of attention in the media. This is an overview.
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California Gov. Jerry Brown delivered the keynote address Wednesday at a climate change conference meeting in San Francisco's Presidio.
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During, Let’s Talk Business, innovators discuss how leading companies are pro-actively making the transition to low-carbon business models.
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Reflections included the importance of messaging, that California and the Netherlands and the other climate leaders will not back down in the face of challenges.
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Matt Rodriguez, the secretary for environmental protection at the EPA wrapped up the day with closing remarks.
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Gov. Jerry Brown of California opened today’s session.
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The Minister for the Environment from the Netherlands, Sharon Dijksma, spoke about the examples of close partnership between California and the Netherlands, as the 2 countries, “not only talk the talk, but also walk the walk” on climate change.
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Amory Lovins, the co-founder of the Rocky Mountains Institute explained the economics behind the clean economy disruption taking place.
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