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Facing uncertain future, fossil fuel workers want retraining in renewables
7 November 2017 – Andrew Voysey, Director of Sustainable Finance at CISL discusses why fossil fuel workers are retraining in renewables and what this transition means for the economy.
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The Climate Breakthrough
October 2019 – Dame Polly Courtice, Director of the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, considers how our growing understanding of climate change must translate into an urgent and inclusive transformation of the global economy.
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Climate change liability risk vastly underestimated by businesses
12 December 2018 – This opinion piece is based on a speech Alice Garton, Senior Lawyer and Head of Climate Programme, ClientEarth, gave to the European Refining and Technology Conference in November 2018. It highlights the need for business leaders to understand the full potential of liability risk – alongside the more often discussed ‘physical risks’ and ‘transition risks’ – in driving the transition to a net zero economy.
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Only an integrated approach to the global climate and conservation crises will be sufficient
12 December 2018 – Tony Juniper, Executive Director for Advocacy and Campaigns, WWF-UK and CISL Fellow, reflects on the need to integrate climate action into our approach to food system and conservation efforts in order to achieve net zero by 2050.
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How climate action is transforming the very fabric of business
18 December 2018 – Karl Henrik Sundström is CEO of StoraEnso, 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 need for governments to publicly commit to net zero carbon emissions to lay down the indicators of success for businesses.
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