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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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How the EU Industrial Strategy and Circular Economy Action Plan can support the decarbonisation of European industry

27 May 2020 – Explore the key elements of the EU Industrial Strategy and the Circular Economy Action Plans that can help drive forward the decarbonisation of industry in alignment with net zero emissions by 2050 whilst simultaneously strengthening the competitiveness of EU industry.

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The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group’s co-chairs

Colin Matthews, non-executive Chairman of EDF Energy and Peter Simpson, Chief Executive of Anglian Water Group were nominated co-chairs of the Prince of Wales's Corporate Leaders Group (CLG) in February 2020. In their roles as co-chairs, Colin and Peter advise on the strategic development of CLG and help to represent the interests and concerns of the group’s business leaders.

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CLG Europe chair

Harry Verhaar, Head of Global Public & Government Affairs and a Vice President at Signify was nominated the CLG Europe chair in February 2020. In his role as chair, Harry advises on the strategic development of CLG Europe and helps to represent the interests and concerns of the group’s business leaders.

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New report from CLG Europe shows that net zero transition can reduce megatrend shocks and deliver sustainable European jobs

28 April 2020 – As the coronavirus threatens to pull European leaders away from the course set by the Green Deal, a new report from the European Corporate Leaders Group (CLG Europe) reveals how a transition to a net zero labour market can alleviate some of the most negative impacts of future megatrends and lead to better outcomes for Europe.

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