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The Prince of Wales's Corporate Leaders Group

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The CLG brings together European business leaders to accelerate progress towards a low carbon, sustainable economy.

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The CLG convenes engaged discussion with policymakers where the challenges and opportunities of securing a sustainable economy can be explored.

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We seek to develop and share insights from the business community that can support stronger climate action.

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The CLG works in partnership with a range of networks to expand its reach and impact.

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Letter from the Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group urges UK and EU27 to meet Paris climate commitments in Brexit negotiations

Apr 23, 2018

A letter from leading European and UK companies and investors urges both the UK and EU27 to commit to continuing to work together to meet the commitments set out in the Paris Agreement, in any future relationship. It says “As leading European and UK companies and investors, we recognise that climate change poses one of the greatest long-term threats to our economies and societies. We strongly urge both the UK and EU27 to commit to continuing to work together to meet the commitments set out in the Paris Agreement, in any future relationship.”

Blog: Buildings renovation: low hanging fruit for emissions savings

Apr 20, 2018

19 April 2018 – Eliot Whittington, Director, The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group, reflects on the need for the EU to take action on buildings if it is to retain its leadership position in tackling climate change.

UK government pledges to seek advice from independent advisors in order to meet Paris Agreement commitments

Apr 18, 2018

18 April 2018 – The Prince of Wales's Corporate Leaders Group welcomes announcement made by the UK government setting out measures to examine how they plan to raise long-term climate change targets to align with the Paris Agreement.

Voluntary approach to buildings' energy efficiency not working; legislation needed, say companies

Apr 17, 2018

17 April 2018 – There are enormous opportunities to make Europe’s buildings more energy efficient, create jobs and reduce carbon emissions in line with international commitments, but current policy is not ambitious enough, according to a new report from The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group. Leading businesses interviewed for the report say member states must legislate to ensure renovation happens.

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