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The Poznań Communiqué
December 2008 – This communiqué comes from the business leaders of over 140 global companies. It is being issued by The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group on Climate Change during The United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 14) taking place from December 1st to 12th 2008 in Poznan, Poland and it builds on The Bali Communiqué which was issued by the group this time last year.
Located in Resources / Low Carbon Transformation
The 2°C Challenge Communiqué
October 2011 – This Communiqué – the fifth such statement – is being issued to governments by leaders of over 200 companies from around the world. As business leaders, we are committed to action on climate change, sustainable development and the green economy. Green growth offers the potential to create a more prosperous and resilient economy, and deliver innovation, new industries and jobs. We continue to broaden understanding amongst our peers of the economic case for green growth and the urgency of meeting the 2°C challenge.
Located in Resources / Low Carbon Transformation
BSP London Lecture, delivered by Jeff Immelt
October 2010 – The Business & Sustainability Programme (BSP) is a unique forum, established in 1994 by HRH The Prince of Wales and the University of Cambridge. It provides a strategic forum for senior decision makers and key executives to explore leading-edge, innovative,high-impact yet pragmatic approaches to reconciling profitability and sustainability.
Located in Resources / Low Carbon Transformation
Sustainable Water Stewardship: Innovation through Collaboration
April 2013 – Since its inception in 2010, the Sustainable Water Stewardship Collaboratory has been championing a fundamental shift in the way we manage water. Convened by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) and sponsored by Anglian Water, the programme has brought together forward-thinking organisations, government and communities to explore better ways of managing and valuing water for today and the future.
Located in Resources / Natural Resource Security
Sustainability: The Leadership Challenge
November 2014 – How do you solve a problem like climate change? There is no easy answer, and while business leaders are increasingly recognising the gravity of the problem, they often find themselves powerless to make a real impact beyond their own organisations. Here Mike Peirce explores the need for wider cross-sectoral collaboration, and the role that education can play.
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