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Climate Leadership Coalition

New resource on global warming and climate change added to PMWL

7 January 2021 – Dallas, USA and Helsinki, Finland – Access to a new resource has been added to the PM World Library related to addressing climate change.  The resource is titled “Climate Leadership Coalition” and is an international network of organizations and executives across Europe.

Climate Leadership Coalition is the largest non-profit climate business network in Europe. CLC has 81 organizational members: 53 companies, 8 universities, 7 trade organizations, 6 cities, 5 research institutions, 1 foundation and 1 trade union confederation. CLC has also accepted 40 personal members. Our members employ globally 500 000 people and represent almost 70 % of the market cap of the OMX Nasdaq Helsinki stock exchange. CLC was founded in 2014 by Finnish companies Fortum, Kone, Neste, St1, Outotec, Caverion and Sitra, the Finnish Innovation Fund.

CLC believes that profound transition to a sustainable world can be economically beneficial, viable and financeable. Members strive to be among the leaders of their respective fields in terms of climate change mitigation ambition. Together we aim to make a significant positive climate impact through business solutions. Protecting the climate can and should be an economic stimulus and early adapters can benefit and become more profitable. CLC organizes regular theme group meetings for its members and makes policy proposals for governments and other stakeholders. CLC encourages decision makers to speed up the green transition and the green recovery by attracting investments via predictable and ambitious policies and systemic market-driven solutions.

CLC helps its members become even stronger climate leaders by identifying and introducing the best global company practices, policy approaches and strategies and actively participating in climate policy development on a Nordic, EU and Global level.

To access this resource, go to, select “Addressing Climate Change”, scroll down to resource. Free access to all but please consider registering if you have not done so.  Free Trial membership provides free access to everything in the library for 30 days.