From what I can tell, not a few companies are a tad upset about political developments over the past week that suggest major world leaders are basically ready to renege on their promise to work toward halving global greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
I mean, here they are (at least some businesses) busting their own business models to figure out how to live up to the industrial end of the bargain while the politicians are defaulting to be political all over again heading into COP-15, the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen from Dec. 7 to Dec. 18.
Can you tell how I feel about this? Read this article and tell me you don't see the writing on the wall?
In any event, I understand that the corporate lobby that has rallied for years in the United States against taking meaningful action on the climate is pretty powerful but I sense that the lobby on the other side of the argument is getting stronger by the day. Two points of evidence, although I'm ready to share more when I find it:
What is your business doing to make real progress in Copenhagen a reality? Email me here.
This post was originally published on Smartplanet.com