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Letter sent to the Chancellor ahead of the Budget
14 March 2016 – The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group (CLG) calls for the Chancellor to commit to a thriving low carbon UK plc in his 2016 Budget.
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Low carbon Business Compendium published
3 March 2016 – The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group contributes to the second low carbon Business Compendium five years on from the first. The Compendium brings together the ambitions and achievements of nearly 30 European businesses showing the progress they have made so far in tackling climate change and moving towards a low carbon economy.
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European business, local authorities, civil society and trade unions want EU leaders to live up to their Paris commitments
2 March 2016 – Today a major new coalition of businesses, cities, trade unions and NGO, are calling on EU leaders to act on the Paris Agreement and ensure that EU climate policies are coherent with its goals.
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Blog: Business as usual is dead: How businesses are transcending boundaries to fight climate change
26 January 2016 – Philippe Joubert, Chair of The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group and Senior Adviser at WBCSD, reflects on the outcome of COP21 and calls on businesses to take a leading role in implementing the Paris Agreement on climate change.
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Blog: Climate change in the UK: a growing public concern
14 January 2016 – A warm and wet UK winter has increased public awareness of the devastating impacts of climate change, argues David Webb. Combined with a successful outcome at COP21 in Paris last month, this could help the irresistible shift towards a low carbon economy.
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"Business as we know it is dead" – CLG in the news at COP21
12 January 2015 – The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group disseminated its key messages at COP21 through dozens of interviews our spokespeople gave while in Paris in December, media releases and blogs we published and press briefings we organised. Here is a selection of our press coverage.
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Blog: COP21 has raised the bar for climate action
22 December 2015 – Reflecting on the outcome of COP21, Eliot Whittington welcomes an agreement that is far more ambitious than predicted and has put to bed the idea that the world is not willing to act on climate.
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Blog: Taking the Paris Agreement home to Europe
17 December 2015 – The EU played a key role in making the unexpectedly strong Paris Agreement on climate change happen. It must now walk the talk, and deliver increased climate ambition through its own energy union.
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L’Appel de Paris / Paris Pledge for Action
16 December 2015 – Global businesses, investors, cities and regions make Paris Pledge to meet or exceed the ambition set by the Paris Agreement on climate change.
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The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group welcomes the adoption of the Paris agreement on climate change
Paris, 12 December 2015 – The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group welcomes the adoption of the first ever universal agreement to tackle climate change today at COP21 in Paris. The Paris agreement will accelerate the shift to a thriving, clean, decarbonised economy.
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