With budget cuts to the EPA, the likely departure from the Paris Agreement and removal of incentives, how can business take a lead?

What is expected of business leaders on the climate agenda in the US?


  • Jennifer Holmgren, CEO, LanzaTech
  • Ken Kimmell, President, The Union of Concerned Scientists
  • Cari P. Boyce, Senior Vice President Stakeholder Strategy and Sustainability and President, The Duke Energy Foundation
  • Sue Allchurch, Chief of Participant Relations and Communications, UN Global Compact


  • Michael BurgerExecutive Director of the Sabin Center, Columbia Law School

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