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A new agenda for Europe: Business priorities to deliver a prosperous, climate neutral economy
June 2019 – The EU is entering a period of institutional change with a new Parliament and a new European Commission. These institutions will need to develop an agenda that puts Europe on track to end its contribution to climate change by 2050 at the latest while delivering economic and social benefits. This briefing sets out what business sees as five priorities for Europe’s new leaders, identifying the key areas where EU policymakers and businesses must work together to deliver a competitive, prosperous, climate neutral future.
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Businesses urge EU to walk its talk at Climate Summit
22 September 2019 – On the eve of the UN Climate Summit businesses are urging the EU to demonstrate leadership in line with its aim of becoming the first climate neutral continent.
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Business leaders urge the EU to create a new industrial strategy to decarbonise heavy industry
3 October 2019 – A new policy briefing from Corporate Leaders Group Europe (CLG Europe), a business leadership group convened by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), sets out approaches for how business can reduce industrial emissions to net-zero by 2050 and calls on EU policymakers to deliver a clean and circular industrial strategy.
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Blog: Heavy industry has a historic opportunity to build back better and double down on decarbonisation
2 July 2020 – Could heavy industry companies capitalise on this moment to meet climate commitments, or will the opportunity be lost in the blast furnace of European politics, asks CLG Europe Programme Manager Chris Carroll.
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Over 170 business and investor CEOs urge the EU to raise EU 2030 GHG emissions targets to at least 55 per cent
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Business group urges EU to deliver thriving net zero economy
June 17, 2019 – As the race to determine the next group of European Presidents and Commissioners hots up, European businesses urge the next generation of EU decision-makers to take the necessary actions to deliver a prosperous, innovative, climate neutral economy.
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Event: High-level Green Growth Platform dinner: Reaping the economic benefits of the energy transition in the mobility sector – 10 June, Warsaw, Poland
On 10 June, high-level participants from across the mobility sector in Poland discussed the challenges and opportunities of the energy transition in mobility for the country and the wider Central and Eastern European (CEE) region.
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Net zero knowledge hub for EU decision-makers
9 July 2019 – This knowledge hub includes thought leadership from European business leaders to help the next generation of EU decision-makers take action to deliver a prosperous, innovative, climate neutral economy.
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World-leading sustainability institute adds Corporate Leaders Group Europe to stable of influential business networks as EU citizens’ concern over climate rises sharply
10 September 2019 – The University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) will launch its Corporate Leaders Group Europe (CLG Europe) in Brussels, aiming to be the leading pan-European business voice supporting the transition to a net zero economy.
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Forging a carbon-neutral heavy industry by 2050: How Europe can seize the opportunity
3 October 2019 – As momentum gathers behind a long-term vision for a climate-neutral economy by 2050, increasing attention is being directed to sectors of the economy that are difficult to decarbonise, including heavy industry.
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