Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Calculate your carbon emissions. UNISDR. 2017 Global Platform



Dear partners,

Thank you for your active participation in the 2017 Global Platform.

We kindly encourage you to calculate your carbon emissions at https://carbonfund.org/calculate-your-footprint/ and to off-set the equivalent amount at https://offset.climateneutralnow.org/register

When offsetting, we encourage you  to mention under "reason for purchase", #MEXICOGP17, and to post about the offset on social media using the hashtags:#MEXICOGP2017 and #GoGreen


Thanks,
The UNISDR Team

August 27-Sept 1, 2017. Stockholm World Water Week.

 GWP Partners,

The 2017 Stockholm World Water Week will be held 27 August – 1 September. The week is organized by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI). SIWI is offering GWP Partners a 25% discount off the “early bird” registration fee. You can register here and insert the code WEE25 on page two of the registration form. (GWP does not provide funding for attending the Stockholm Water Week.)

Please note that the early bird deadline is June 30. This offer is only valid for GWP registered Partners.

Best regards,


GWP Stockholm Secretariat

June 9, 2017 3:00pm ET for an emergency call American Sustainable Business Council

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American Sustainable Business Council


Last Thursday’s Paris Climate Agreement announcement by President Trump represents a major turning point. His ill-informed, counterproductive decision is an attack on American innovation and our future. Read our statement.

Please join us this Friday, June 9th at 3:00 ET for an emergency call to plan how we’ll use the voice of business to push back now.

We want to hear what your organization plans to do and offer some specific actions we can take together. Collectively, we must push back on the narrative that only big businesses support staying in the agreement, and make it crystal clear to Trump and Congress that small- and mid-sized companies see climate change as a fundamental threat.
If Trump expected his decision to go down easy, he’s mistaken. With Trump, Pruitt and their allies at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce openly at war with our values, we’re seeing business leaders from small- and mid-sized enterprises ready to step up. At ASBC, we're helping to mobilize responsible businesses across the country. One thing you can do right now is sign the “We’re Still In’ letter.

On Friday, we want to learn about your plans to organize businesses in your community and lay out efforts we’ll pursue over the next month. To start, ASBC will:

  1. Develop Op-eds and Letters to the Editor you can edit and place in your local paper about the risks of climate change and how it will help our country to stay in the Paris Agreement.
  2. Offer guidance on how to get your governor, mayor and/or City Council to sign onto Clean Energy initiatives.
  3. Connect you to local and state legislators who want to partner on building a low-carbon economy in their towns and cities.
  4. Organize a national webinar with mayors, business leaders and other key officials and influencers on local and state climate policy initiatives.
You know this Administration is putting our future at risk. Let’s talk about how we can change that.

Looking forward to hearing from you at 3 p.m. ET this Friday, June 9.

Sincerely,


Richard Eidlin
Co-founder & VP of Policy and Campaigns
American Sustainable Business Council


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