CEO of CRI invited to debate key business recommendations during COP21 meetings in Paris

Carbon Recycling International has been invited to attend the Caring for Climate Business Forum at Paris – Le Bourget, during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP21), in Paris. The Forum is organized by UN Global Compact, UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the secretariat of the UN Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

KC Tran, CEO and co-founder of CRI will join other Chief Executives of Caring for Climate and UNEP-FI signatories with Government representatives for a high-level meeting, focusing on pricing carbon emissions and other key recommendations for Government actions that would help bring greater scale and quality to corporate climate leadership globally.

The Forum, which will be inaugurated by Ms. Ségolène Royal, French Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Develpoment and Energy, is part of the much-anticipated COP21 conference, in Paris November 30 - December 11 2015, where world leaders will attempt to reach the first universal and legally binding climate agreement for all major emitters, with the aim of keeping global warming below 2°C.

Among the topics of discussion during the Business Forum is setting emission targets and pricing carbon emissions by industry, responsible policy engagement by private companies, how industry can adapt and finance the renewable energy transition.

CRI has become a member of the UN Global Compact and the Caring for Climate initiative, the largest global business organization to address climate change, endorsed by 400 companies from 60 countries.

As the first global company to offer commercial scale solutions for production of liquid renewable transport fuel from recycled CO2 and hydrogen or electricity, Carbon Recycling International is recognized as a world leader in carbon recycling and power-to-liquids technology.