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Press release: Business and subnational leaders call for long-term climate plans
16 November 2016, Marrakech, Morocco – Business and subnational leaders today called on governments to start planning for long-term climate strategies now in order to unlock the investments needed for the transition to a zero carbon economy.
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Future Proofing: Sustainable plans for prosperous economies
November 2016 – This policy briefing highlights the importance of long-term policy planning to deliver the vision of the Paris Agreement and outlines key characteristics of business friendly long-term plans.
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Business leaders call for long-term planning to deliver the vision of the Paris Climate Agreement
16 November 2016 – New policy briefing, Future Proofing: Sustainable plans for prosperous economies, from The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leadership Group (CLG) in partnership with the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and We Mean Business, highlights the importance of long-term policy planning to deliver the vision of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and outlines key characteristics of business friendly long-term plans.
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Driving EU innovation in the transition to a zero carbon economy
16 November 2016, Marrakech, Morocco – Business leaders and Ministers from across the EU have come together to discuss the innovation needed to transition to a zero carbon economy at an event hosted jointly by The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group and We Mean Business.
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Media advisory: Business and subnational leaders’ perspectives on 2050 strategies
14 November 2016, Marrakech, Morocco – Business and subnational leaders will present their vision for long-term climate plans at a press briefing on Wednesday 16 November 2016 at the COP22 climate change conference.
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Press release: Ambitious corporate action driving delivery of Paris goals
9 November 2016, Marrakech, Morocco – Private sector leaders have come together to call for countries to fully implement their NDCs through domestic legislation at the COP22 Business & Industry day, hosted jointly by CDP and the We Mean Business coalition in partnership with the UN Global Compact and CGEM.
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Press release: Entry into force of the Paris Agreement marks the beginning of a new era, says Corporate Leaders Group
4 November 2016, Cambridge – Business leaders today welcomed the entry into force of the Paris Agreement on climate change.
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Event: CLG and CISL at COP22, 7–18 November 2016, Marrakech
The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group (CLG) and the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) will be present and active at COP22, marking the first meeting of Parties to the Paris Agreement following its entry into force on 4 November.
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Press release: Corporate Leaders Group welcomes Europe’s ratification of the Paris Agreement and early entry into force
5 October 2016, Cambridge – The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group today welcomed Europe’s ratification of the Paris Agreement, triggering an early entry into force at COP22 in Marrakesh next month.
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Press release: Corporate Leaders Group urges EU to fast-track ratification of Paris Agreement without weakening ambition
29 September 2016, Brussels / Cambridge – The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group urges Europe to ratify the Paris Agreement without undermining its climate agenda.
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