Over the coming months, ICC will be organising a series of multi-stakeholders consultations to discuss the nexus of international trade and climate change.
GenU, a major global initiative to empower young people worldwide through education, employment and entrepreneurship opportunities, is co-chaired by Antonio Guterres, Paul Kagame and Paula Mae Weekes.
ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO attended the United Nations Climate Action Summit which took place today at United Nations Headquarters in New York.
A new report, endorsed by the ICC finds that concerns about industrial competitiveness can be addressed through strong carbon pricing policies.
The collective commitment of the Chambers Climate Coalition to greater climate ambition is a clear indication of the growing grassroots demand for bold action to win the climate war.
Crispin Conroy, the new Permanent Observer of the ICC to the UN in Geneva, has presented his letter of nomination to Michael Møller, the Director-General of the UN Office at Geneva.
Why does business care about maintaining biodiversity? In short, because biodiversity matters to everyone and everything.
The United Nations (UN) Global Compact has announced that John W.H. Denton AO, Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), has joined its Board as a new Member
As the United Nations’ (UN) “Decade of Action” for water begins this year, the role of business in the responsible stewardship of our most vital natural resource is most important than ever
Translating the vision of the SDGs into action remains a major challenge. Tax is intrinsically linked to development, providing the revenue that states need to mobilise resources and reinforce national infrastructure.
"A trustworthy SME rejects corruption" is the title of the new informative brochure launched at the occasion of the international Public-Private event in Brussels.
You’re invited to celebrate with us the INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY 2017 during this morning event, organized by the partners of ACTS, an anti-corruption project co-financed by the Internal Security Fund of the European Union, with the Belgian National Contact Point for the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.