After many months of fanfare, COP26 concluded on November 13 2021 with the nearly 200 Parties agreeing on the Glasgow Climate Pact. But what does this agreement actually entail and how will its contents impact business? Does the GCP meet, exceed or fall short of expectations? Now that its "wheels up" for COP26 delegates, what will the actual market response be (if any)? How will countries turn these promises into action, and what will be the role of the private sector in achieving these targets?

On the morning of Tuesday 22 February, BCCJ Executive Committee Responsible Business taskforce leader Tove Kinooka will sit down with industry leaders to review the key outcomes of COP26, and share takeaways from the private and public sectors.

Date: Tues 22 February

Time: 8:30AM - 9:30AM JST

Location: Online


  • Alistair Dormer | Representative Executive Officer, Hitachi, Ltd
  • Jenifer Rogers | General Counsel Asia, Asurion
  • Aragon St-Charles | Global Head of ESG, Dentons

Moderator: Tove Kinooka | Co-Founder, Global Perspectives K.K. / BCCJ Responsible Business taskforce


This "Beyond COP" series of events is being convened by a coalition of international Chambers of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ, ANZCCJ, BCCJ, CCCJ, IJCC) with the aim of promoting understanding of and action on critical climate issues. Pre-COP26, the coalition's aim was to build awareness and engagement ahead of the conference; the group now moves into review mode, to provide helpful analysis of key conference outcomes, and co-create practical, industry-specific action points for businesses of all sizes.

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