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Polman: Business must act on climate change   

Unilever CEO, Paul Polman, discusses how a green economy has more benefits at the COP21 Climate Change Conference in Paris


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Preventing climate change is crucial for stability and growth in the mergent markets because these areas will be among the first if ...impact. That's what the CEO ...told CNN that the cup 21 climate conference in Paris. P. told John that businesses have to step up and do their part. Businesses are enormous to play, you just take for example the emergent markets where we will see. Most of the issues of climate change show up before any rarious. And that's reservallions and population growth urbanization in the wrong spots and businesses in that part of the world just about 60% of the GDP, 80% of the financing flowing, 90% of the job creation. Business itself is enormous comer in...through its value...and also is in fact we see revolved negative if we don't take a mediation. The followtility and prices so far let's run the terials agricultural base materials. The economy themselves that don't function and the stress that brings with that not a surprising that you see businesses. Reperply get involved in all pounds of the welt not only from a mediation our risk manecement point of you but also the enormous opportunities that new economy is increasingly offering all of us. We hear a lot about how expensive it might be if the climate change and wonder if you think there is a business case for cutting emissions. Well there are cost that need to be born for example, the medication, things that recellions that need to be built because some of the effects are already yield. You see in today again the papers go from the India to parts of the US to ...that's now a daily occurrence. So there are cost that we are all encurren but increasingly it's also clear ...enormous benefits if we can lock that new green of our economy. A hundred billion now looks like everybody is in agreement at 2020 that we have had hundred billion itself was not enough to do with all these issues to turns from the economy. But what it does is if this if the government ...with a clear emission agreement...that's here target or carbon ...target then business will get clear signals and this hundred billion are fund will only stertilions that ...to transform these economies. I give you a very quick very simple example. Urbanization 50 hundred of our population now live in cities that 3.5 billion people out of the 7 billion people. Urbanization will move to about 10 billion people 70% live in cities that's not a 3.5 billion people. So in next 30,50 years we need to build as many new citizen in this world as we currently have. That means in New York every 2.5 month it means a total invest of 19 trillion dollars. How we are going to make these investments over the next 15 years? We'll decide how we are going to live for a longer time. Cities like L. still have the rotices some of the Romen times. So it's not that we need significantly more money I don't believe that it exist. We need to spend the money smartly to not lock ourselves in a high carbon growth model which will be understandable. How do you convince your  shareholders that this is the right thing to do?Well the job is done it's easier by today because the effects of climate changes are increasingly there and it's internalized in companies. When you have a drotten ..., drotten California when you don't have the access to water that you need to run your factories you have to move your factories with the cost. Consumers will take less showers or wash their hair less and you see the reflected in the markets are going down. Everyday now you'll see the cost of climate changes actually come in them. Interestingly businesses see it will before our governments do.
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Preventing climate change is crucial for stability and growth in emerging markets, because these areas will be among the first to feel the impact. That’s what the CEO of Unilever told CNN at the COP21 Climate Conference in Paris. Paul Polman told John Sutter that businesses have to step up and do their part.

Businesses are an enormous role to play. You just take for example the emerging markets where we will see most of the issues of climate change show up before anywhere else. And there’s less resilience and population growth urbanization in the wrong spots and businesses in that part of the world just about 60% of the GDP, 80% of the financing flowing, 90% of the job creation. Business itself is an enormous comer in mid-term through its value chain, and also is a fact that we see revolved negative if we don't take a medication. The volatility and prices of, let's say raw materials, agriculture-based materials. The economies themselves that don't function and the stress that brings with it. So it’s not surprising that you see businesses rapidly get involved in all parts of the world, not only from a mitigation our risk management point of view, but also the enormous opportunities that that new economy is increasingly offering all of us.

We hear a lot talk about how expensive it might be if the climate change. I’m wondering if you think there is a business case for cutting emissions.

Well there are costs that need to be born for example, the mitigation, things that we are saying that need to be built because some of the effects are already here. You see it today again in the papers go from the India to parts of the US to other parts of the world. That's now a daily occurrence. So there are costs that we are all in current. But increasingly it's also clear that there are enormous benefits if we can lock that new greener economy. 100 billion now looks like everybody is in an agreement at 2020 that we have, but 100 billion itself will not be enough to do with all these issues to turns from the economy. But what it does is if this…if the governments come out here with a clear and ambitious agreement, if they come with that zero target or carbon infallibility target, then business will get a clear signal and this hundred billion of funds will X that I need it to transform these economies. I give you a very quick very simple example – urbanization. 50 hundred of our population now live in cities, that’s 3.5 billion people out of the 7 billion people. Urbanization will move to about 10 billion people 70% live in cities. That's not a 3.5 billion people. So in next 30, 40 years, we need to build as many new cities in this world as we currently have. That means in New York, every 2.5 month, it means a total invest of 19 trillion dollars. How we are going to make these investments over the next 50 years? We'll decide how we are going to live for a longer time. Cities like London still have the X some of the Roman times. So it's not that we need significantly more money. I don't believe that. It’s just that we need to spend the money smartly to not lock ourselves in a high carbon growth model which will be unsustainable.

How do you convince your  shareholders that this is the right thing to do?

Well the job is done. It's easier by today because the effects of climate changes are increasingly there and it's internalized in companies. When you have the rotten Brazil or the rotten California, when you don't have the access to water that you need to run your factories, you have to move your factories with the cost. Consumers will take less showers or wash their hair less. And you see the reflects in the markets are going down. Everyday now you'll see the costs of climate changes actually come in, then interestingly businesses see it well before our governments do, because it hits the P&L first.
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