Copenhagen Climate Council
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Jump to: navigation, search Copenhagen Climate Council | Formation | 2007 | Type | Global Climate Collaboration | Legal status | Foundation | Headquarters | Copenhagen, Denmark | Region served | Worldwide | Chairman | Tim Flannery | Website | http://www.copenhagenclimatecouncil.com/ |
The Copenhagen Climate Council is a global collaboration between international business and science founded by the leading independent think tank in Scandinavia, Monday Morning, based in Copenhagen. The councilors of the Copenhagen Climate Council have come together to create global awareness of the importance of the UN Climate Summit (COP15) in Copenhagen, December 2009, and to ensure technical and public support and assistance to global decision makers when agreeing on a new climate treaty to replace the Kyoto Protocol from 1997. Contents * 1 Organization * 1.1 Purpose * 1.2 Manifesto * 1.3 Membership * 1.3.1 The Councilors * 2 Activities * 2.1 The Climate Community * 2.2 World Business Summit on Climate Change * 2.3 Thought Leadership Series * 2.4 Climate LIFE * 2.4.1 FILM : “Climate LIFE - the 5th revolution” * 2.4.2 The LIFE Digital exhibition * 2.5 Unlocking the Climate Code: Innovation in Climate and Energy * 2.6 Business Requirements of a Post-2012 Climate Treaty * 2.7 Business Roundtable in Beijing * 3 History |
The Copenhagen Climate Council was founded in 2007 by the leading independent think tank in Scandinavia, Monday Morning, head-quartered in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The purpose of the Copenhagen Climate Council is to create global awareness of the importance of the UN Climate Summit (COP15) in Copenhagen, December 2009. Leading up to this pivotal UN meeting, the