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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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Chancellor's green recovery initiatives must be part of far-reaching net zero strategy
8 July 2020 – Eliot Whittington, Director of The Prince of Wales's Corporate Leaders Group responds to the UK Treasury's Summer Statement.
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Blog: As we rebuild, we must avoid sleepwalking into the next crisis
9 April 2020 – The future we create for our society and our planet will depend on agile, compassionate leadership, argues Eliot Whittington, Director of the Corporate Leaders Groups
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Blog: A green business blueprint for a resilient Covid-19 recovery in Europe
18 June 2020 – The European Council must now take the chance to create a healthier, fairer and secure environment, argues Ursula Woodburn of the European Corporate Leaders Group.
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Renovation Roadmap: Making Europe’s homes fit for the 21st Century
April 2018 – This report draws on insights and experience from 12 businesses who are members of the CLG and its close network and are involved in energy-efficiency renovation of buildings. It highlights the importance of renovating EU homes at scale in order to deliver on the Paris Agreement and take advantage of the associated economic opportunities, and identifies the current barriers to a higher renovation rate as well as promising schemes and experimentations across the EU. It puts forward recommendations for EU Member States and local governments to address these barriers and make the most of this opportunity.
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Voluntary approach to buildings' energy efficiency not working; legislation needed, say companies
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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Materials ‘passporting’: Rethinking building construction and renovation for a circular economy
June 2018 – The building sector is one of the most resource-intensive sectors in Europe, accounting for approximately half of all extracted materials and half of total energy consumption. This briefing note for policymakers and businesses makes the case for how building materials can be better monitored and managed for greater sustainability, especially through the wider use of materials ‘passporting’ in buildings to facilitate this.
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Blog: Materials passports: bringing the circular economy into the buildings sector
21 June 2018 – Annabelle Roblin, Project Co-ordinator for the Prince of Wale’s Corporate Leaders Group explains why EU policy makers should do more to deploy material passporting in order to bring the circular economy into the buildings sector
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European Corporate Leaders Group rapid reaction and analysis of EU Recovery Package
27 May 2020 – CLG Europe responds to the EU Recovery Package.
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More than 200 leading businesses urge UK Government to deliver clean, inclusive and resilient recovery plan
1 June 2020 – More than 200 leading UK businesses, investors and business networks, including Lloyds Bank, Asda, Siemens, Aviva, Sky, Mitsubishi and Signify are calling on the Government to deliver a Covid-19 recovery plan that builds back a more inclusive, stronger and more resilient UK economy.
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