23 September 2014 New York City, US
UN Private Sector Forum

The 2014 edition of the UN Private Sector Forum will be held on the sidelines of the UN Secretary-General's Climate Summit, and will focus on carbon pricing, specifically actions that the public and private sectors can take to achieve an equitable and fair valuation of carbon through long-term strategies, investments and policies. Thus, the Forum aims to: enable business and investors to identify the contribution they can make towards pricing the cost of carbon emissions; and inspire public policy measures, commitments to action and public-private partnerships to achieve a carbon price. The Forum, convened by the UN Global Compact in cooperation with the World Bank Group, and with the support of UN partners, will be comprised of: a High-Level Luncheon, co-chaired by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim; and a Business and Civil Society Special Session, featuring leadership actions that businesses can take in cooperation with governments to address climate change. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has been convening the UN Private Sector Forum since 2008 during the opening session of the UN General Assembly in order to bring private sector's voice to intergovernmental debates on key topics.  

date: 23 September 2014  
venue: UN Headquarters  
location: New York City, US  
e-mail: unpsf@unglobalcompact.org  
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