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A Journey of a Thousand Miles: The State of Sustainability Leadership
December 2011 – CPSL asked the members of our alumni network to tell us which leaders had caught their attention over the past year. You will find through this publication a selection of these leaders, who come from business, government and civil society.
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A Logical Framework for Climate Leadership
October 2011 – An opinion piece by Mike Brown, Chief Executive, Nedbank Group; Mark Cutifani, Chief Executive, AngloGold Ashanti. Both are members of the South African Corporate Leaders Group on Climate Change. The UN climate change negotiations that South Africa is soon to host (28 November to 9 December in Durban) can seem rather confusing. They cover very complex political and scientific territory on which international negotiators have been trying for no less than 17 years to reach agreement.
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BEI Forum 2012 Official Conference Report
November 2012 – This report shares the highlights from the inaugural Banking Environment Initiative (BEI) Forum held in London in November 2012. In particular, the report focuses on the work of the two major bank–corporate partnerships being driven by the BEI on clean energy and soft commodities.
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BSP London Lecture 2001, Dr Gro Harlem Brundtland
15 March 2001 – The Director-General of the World Health Organisation, Dr Gro Harlem Brundtland, delivered the London Lecture of The Prince of Wales’s Business & Sustainability Programme on 15 March, 2001. The lecture, on the topic of Healthy People, Healthy Planet, affirmed the powerful relationships between health, environment, economics and society.
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Cambridge Climate Leaders Reference Guide, 2nd Edition
May 2007 – The Cambridge Climate Leaders Reference Guide is designed to give leaders an introduction to climate change and the complexities associated with it. The four broad themes are: The Science of Climate Change, The Economics and Technology of Climate Change, Policy Responses to Climate Change; and Business Responses to Climate Change.
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Carbon Management: A Practical Guide for Suppliers
2009 – Carbon management: a practical guide for suppliers is a step-by-step carbon management guide for companies who supply retailers and other major corporations. It helps them respond to increasing requests from their customers for information about carbon management. It also shows how effective carbon management can cut costs and bring other business benefits.
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Chevening Fellowships Economics of Climate Change: A Global Perspective
June 2010 – The Chevening programme is the British Government’s flagship scholarship and fellowship scheme. Its overall purpose is to build a long-term network of future friends of the UK in senior positions who will help to support delivery of the FCO’s (Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s) Strategic Framework.
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Climate negotiations at the edge: good cop, bad cop
Dec 2011 – Professor Richard Calland, Director (interim), Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership South Africa Office, introduces his thought leadership piece on Good COP, Bad COP, and explains his perspective on the recent negotiations.
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ClimateWise Principles: Fifth Independent Review, 2012
November 2012 – Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is recognised by the International Energy Agency (IEA), amongst others, as a core component of a cost-effective strategy to limit global temperature rise to 2°C by 2050. The IEA has projected that investment of USD 2.5 to USD 3 trillion from 2010 to 2050 in CCS will be needed to achieve the required reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. The CCS industry globally, however, is still in an early stage of development.
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ClimateWise: New study could remove an obstacle to carbon capture and storage
November 2012 – A large number of the operational risks in the CCS storage process can be addressed through existing risk mitigation and risk transfer options that are familiar to the insurance and oil and gas industries. This represents a significant market opportunity for the insurance industry.
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