Today marks the beginning of the UN gathering. World leaders face a daunting task to draft an agreement to combat climate change.
Clay Nesler was about to pack his bag and head to Paris, when I met him at Johnson Controls. He’s the company’s VP of Global Energy and Sustainability.
This won’t be Nesler’s first climate change summit. He attended the U.N.’s 2009 gathering in Copenhagen.
“I’ve been fortunate enough to make a couple of interventions for exactly two minutes on the role of the private sector, market place mechanisms, innovation,” Nesler says.