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Blog: Make or break time: will the Commission make Europe a true industrial and climate leader?
3 October 2017 – Seppo Parvi is Chief Financial Officer of Stora Enso, a provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wood construction and paper and member of The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group. Here he reflects on the importance of ‘circular economy’ reforms to help Europe achieve its objectives on business and climate leadership.
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EU legislation needed to support business moves towards greater resource productivity
15 September 2017 – Leading European businesses are adopting new business models that deliver greater resource productivity and reduce waste, but European Member States urgently need to introduce policies to support and accelerate this transition and maximise the potential economic benefits, according to a new report from The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group (CLG).
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European industry in the 21st century: New models for resource productivity
September 2017 – This report is based on interviews with companies that are using circular economy principles to reduce their exposure to risk, and to access new markets. It discusses some of the successful transformations and changes made, obstacles faced, and potential policies for overcoming those obstacles.
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Leading businesses and investors urge the UK to show leadership towards a zero carbon economy
A letter from leading companies and investors, sent to the Prime Minister yesterday, urges the UK government to raise ambition to tackle climate change and show leadership towards a stronger, more prosperous and sustainable economy.
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Blog: Business to EU governments: Make Europe’s Industries Great Again
23 June 2017 – To survive and thrive, Europe needs to regain its proactive approach to policymaking to ensure that its industries are given the right signals to compete by being both low carbon and high value, writes Jill Duggan, Director of The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group.
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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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Corporate Leaders Group respond to the open consultation on Building our Industrial Strategy
17 April 2017 – The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group provided a written submission to the UK Government Green Paper on Industrial Strategy.
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CLG hosts debate with business and policy leaders on how to build an industrial strategy that is fit for the future
29 March 2017 – The discussion was facilitated at a Parliamentary event bringing together business and Government, co-hosted by the Chair of the BEIS Select Committee Iain Wright MP, fellow Committee member Chris White MP and Jill Duggan, Director, CLG.
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CISL is a Supporting Partner for the FT/IFC Transformational Business Awards and Conference 2017
Awards: deadline for entry, 31 March 2017. Conference: Catalysing Finance and Disruptive Technologies to Boost Sustainable Solutions, 8 June 2017, London.
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Industries of tomorrow must inform UK strategy says leading business group
20 January 2017 – The UK government must develop an industrial strategy that engages with the world as it will be, rather than as it was, said The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group (CLG) today ahead of a government consultation on the issue due to commence on Monday.
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