The United Nations Global Compact, the City of San Francisco, the Bay Area Council and a wide array of Bay Area businesses have joined together in a unique partnership [the Business Council on Climate Change] designed to provide meaningful actions that businesses around the world can take to combat global warming.
We’re in the mix, as a founding member, along with 3 Phases Energy; AccessFlow; ARUP; CH2M Hill; Clif Bar; EcoAdvantage Network; Food from the Park; Gap Inc.; Gensler; Google; Green Impact; Green Squared Consulting; Hallisey & Johnson; HOK; New Resource Bank; Organic Architect; PG&E Ponderosa Homes; Shaklee; SMWM Architecture; Solutions; Swinerton; Waldeckâ€™s; Webcor; Wendel, Rosen, Black and Dean; and William McDonough + Partners
BC3 member companies pledge to address greenhouse emissions throughout their operations and corporate cultures, and agree to follow the BC3â€™s five Principles for Climate Leadership: Internal Implementation, Community Leadership, Advocacy and Dialogue, Collective Action, Transparency and Disclosure….
The Global Compact will showcase the BC3 initiative and the core Principles on Climate Leadership at its Leaders Summit on 5-6 July 2007 in Geneva, Switzerland.
(For additional information on the Business Council on Climate Change: Andrew Michael, Bay Area Council, 415-946-8707 or Jennifer Kass, San Francisco Department of the Environment, 415-355-3762.)