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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.
Located in Reports, Evidence and Insights
Raising European climate ambition for 2030: A CLG Europe position paper
27 November 2019 – CLG Europe welcomes the clear and highly significant commitment from the President-elect of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, to publish within her first 100 days in office a European Green Deal which will be her central priority and hallmark of her five-year term. As European business leaders CLG Europe also strongly endorses the President-elect’s commitment to set the EU on a path to becoming the world’s first climate neutral continent, and to achieve this by 2050 at the latest.
Located in Reports, Evidence and Insights
Working towards a climate neutral Europe: Jobs and skills in a changing world
28 April 2020 – This CLG Europe report looks at the implications of the transition to a climate neutral economy for jobs and skills in the context of broader megatrends such as globalisation, technological change, resource scarcity and demographic changes.
Located in Reports, Evidence and Insights
Technical Report: Working towards a climate neutral Europe: Jobs and skills in a changing world
28 April 2020 – This technical report from CLG Europe delivered by Cambridge Econometrics (CE) includes research findings that underpin 'Working towards a climate neutral Europe: Jobs and skills in a changing world'. The publication explores the labour market impacts of the transition to a climate neutral Europe in the context of four key megatrends. It investigates how climate action interacts with these trends, how climate policies can provide direction on the future shape of the economy, and how the other megatrends may either facilitate or impede progress towards climate neutrality.
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Future of Europe’s industry - Introduction to the industrial strategy debate for businesses
November 2017 – The recent rise of Industrial Strategy in the European and global agenda, with discussions and policy initiatives now being developed at EU and national levels, make the importance of this agenda to businesses clear. This briefing sets out some key areas to consider from the perspective of corporate leaders and offers initial ideas on this live debate.
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Electric avenue: The future of road transport in Europe
November 2017 – This report draws together insights from businesses and industry experts to map the trends toward electrification and automation in the road transport sector. It seeks to make a high-level assessment of the implications and opportunities for European businesses, as well as what policymakers need to do to respond to these trends.
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Acting Together: How the UK can accelerate action to deliver a thriving net zero economy that works for all
9 March 2020 – The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group has published a briefing outlining a set of leadership priorities for the UK Government, which aim to engage all parts of society in taking action in response to climate change.
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How the EU Industrial Strategy and Circular Economy Action Plan can support the decarbonisation of European industry
27 May 2020 – Explore the key elements of the EU Industrial Strategy and the Circular Economy Action Plans that can help drive forward the decarbonisation of industry in alignment with net zero emissions by 2050 whilst simultaneously strengthening the competitiveness of EU industry.
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The Green Deal and Europe’s recovery: Building a prosperous, resilient and climate neutral EU through business and political action
18 June 2020 – The Covid-19 pandemic is confronting Europe with a deep health, social and economic crisis that is upending business-as-usual. Evidence shows that green investments can create jobs and kick-start economic activity while increasing its resilience in the long term. The European Green Deal can set the foundations for the transition towards a more productive, resilient and climate neutral European economy, including by enabling ambitious political and business action.
Located in Reports, Evidence and Insights
21st century energy: Business reflections on renewables in Europe
April 2017 – This report brings together business stories and interviews with companies with an interest in renewable energy. It focuses on EU policies on renewable energy and industry’s role in innovating to deliver it.
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