Society of Entrepreneurs & Ecology and Institute for Climate Economics – I4CE 2018

Chengdu Roots & Shoots (Chengdu)
Zöld Kör / Green Circle (Hungary)

Understanding how companies are taking action to reduce their greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions, increase their resilience to both climate change and transition risks, and identifying areas for improvement by putting in perspective the experiences of China and the EU

In their partnership, I4CE and SEE are going to share knowledge and expertise on the climate regulatory framework for companies in the EU and in China concerning standards and regulations, climate disclosure requirements and other climate policies, as well as on climate-related initiatives by companies in China and in the EU which go beyond regulations. They are also going to identify ways to facilitate the integration of climate within companies’ strategies and to spread voluntary climate-friendly practices among businesses.

 

About the Twinning organizations

Society of Entrepreneurs & Ecology, Beijing

Society of Entrepreneurs and Ecology is the first environmental NGO in China with a membership comprised mainly of entrepreneurs who dedicate to advance enterprise social responsibility. Their members strive to promote the green transformation of China’s economy in pursuit of a better environment with business wisdom. SEE was established with the mission of supporting and nurturing Chinese environmental civil society organizations. It also acts as a learning platform for entrepreneurs, NGOs and the public to engage in environmental protection and sustainable development.

Institute for Climate Economics (I4CE), France

I4CE is a think-tank that provides public and private decision makers with expertise on economic and fnancial issues related to the energy and ecological transition. I4CE strives to implement the Paris Agreement and to make global financial fows compatible with a low-carbon development that is resilient to climate change. I4CE works through three action modes: providing expertise through research projects, capacity-building and contribution to public debates.