BELC

AcronymDefinition
BELCBusiness Environmental Leadership Council (PEW Center for Climate Change; Arlington, Virginia)
BELCBureau pour l'Enseignement de la Langue et de la Civilisation Françaises (French: Office for Teaching French Language and Civilization)
BELCBroad Exemption Listed Country (taxes; Australia)
BELCBethel Evangelical Lutheran Church
BELCBirmingham Early Learning Center (Auburn University; Auburn, AL)
BELCBury Early Lunch Club (est. 2004; UK)
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Buildings provide a huge energy efficiency opportunity, and as the global commercial real estate leader, CBRE will join other BELC members delivering effective solutions that work for the environment and the economy, said C2ES President Eileen Claussen.
Launched in 1998 with 13 companies, the BELC now has 36 members representing over $2 trillion in combined revenue and more than 3.
As partners with the other members of the BELC and the Pew Center, we are committed to making the world more comfortable, safe and sustainable by helping our customers around the world address global climate change.
We are pleased to join with the Pew Center and other BELC members in advocating for responsible policies that address global climate change while at the same time assuring continued economic growth," said John W.
BELC members represent a variety of industries including energy, automobiles, manufacturing, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, metals, mining, paper and forest products, consumer goods and appliances, telecommunications, and high technology.
The Pew Center receives no financial assistance from BELC members.