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Members of The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group (CLG) are leaders from a range of industries, including retail and consumer goods, transport and infrastructure, finance, and power generation. The CLG has headquarters across the EU and a footprint extending far beyond Europe.

CLG membership is defined by a willingness to share experience and lead from the front. Through high-level convening, quality research, and new partnerships, the CLG informs public policy and leads the wider business community by example.

With a wealth of experience, and millions of customers, employees and suppliers, the CLG members’ collective perspective is informed by its continued commercial success, and ability to innovate, adapt and thrive in a changing economic climate.


Member benefits

  • Access to high-level EU decision-makers in Brussels and across Europe via high-quality discussions.
  • Being part of a small, cross-sectoral group of leading European and international companies.
  • Opportunities to work in partnership including with the European Green Growth Platform and the We Mean Business coalition.
  • Opportunity to lead the wider business community in addressing climate change and building a new sustainable economy.
  • Exchange of ideas and best practice between members to drive credible sustainable business models.
  • Access to the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership's broader business, policy and academic networks, including thought leadership from the University of Cambridge.
  • Patronage of HRH The Prince of Wales.


Member obligations

  • Commitment to play a leadership role in the policy debate around climate action – helping to create the political space for policy measures that secure a smooth, equitable and positive transition to a sustainable economy.
  • Both personal and corporate commitment to the CLG’s goals and objectives.
  • A willingness to reinforce CLG messages through company communications and operations.
  • Commitment to join meetings and engagement activities across Europe, engaging directly with policymakers, and with business peers as appropriate.
  • Commitment to preserve the credibility and impact of the group.


Current members



Anglian Water



EDF Group


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Interface Signify Sky Stora Enso
Tesco Thames Water Unilever United Technologies



Becoming a member

If you are interested in the work of the CLG and how to become a member, please to arrange a call with our Director.

Capacity-building for senior executives in mainstream leadership roles. Translate complex sustainability trends into strategic business decisions.

Three-day residential course.