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Decentralised Energy
February 2008 - Decentralised Energy business opportunity in resource efficiency and carbon management. The Business Taskforce on Sustainable Consumption and Production was convened by Defra and DTI (now BERR) to bring forward proposals on how to help companies adopt more sustainable patterns of consumption and production (SCP) in ways that boost competitiveness and contribute to economic growth.
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Down to Zero Procurement Compact Prospectus
May 2012 – The UK Government and The Prince of Wales's Corporate Leaders Group on Climate Change (UK CLG) both stand committed to reducing carbon emissions and supporting a rapid transition to a low-carbon economy. The Climate Change Act (2008) - a world-leading piece of legislation - has created a binding, legal pathway of emissions reductions, driving the decarbonisation of large parts of the UK economy. To follow this pathway and deliver on these goals there needs to be a dramatic increase in the supply of affordable low-carbon goods and services.
Located in Resources / Low Carbon Transformation
Driving success: Human resources and sustainable development
June 2005 – This briefing has been designed for HR managers and people with responsibilities for recruitment, performance evaluation and training and development.
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Driving success: Marketing and sustainable development
June 2005 – This briefing has been designed for marketing managers and people with responsibilities for communications, brand management and new product development.
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Facing the Future
2004 – A collection of contributions from 35 leading thinkers and practitioners associated with The Prince of Wales's Business & Sustainability Programme (BSP)
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Finding the Way
July 2008 - We are living in extraordinary times. The foundations of our economic and human development are being challenged by the force of nature. The gap between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots’ continues to widen and it is clear that the legitimate aspirations of most of humanity, if pursued through carbon intensive economies and under the current model of development, offer prospects only of further human suffering and environmental destruction.
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Jane Nelson: What is corporate sustainability leadership?
October 2011 – ‘Business as usual’ is totally inadequate to meet this challenge. So too is incremental change at the margin. Transformational or systemic change is necessary, and in its absence our shared prosperity and stability are at risk.
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Landmarks for Sustainability: Events and Initiatives that Changed the World
1 April 2009 – Landmarks for Sustainability is a high impact, quick reference guide to many of the most critical events and initiatives that have shaped our world, and the sustainable development agenda, over the past 20 years and more.
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Leading the Challenge on Climate Change
2009 – Many leaders from our industry have harnessed the challenges and opportunities presented by climate change. Sustainable development strategies, ecoplanning and responsible operations are becoming commonplace. This report offers a shared vision for our industry which aims to build on the work already underway and to guide the progressive development of new business models decoupling growth from increased greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
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Low Carbon Compendium
September 2011 – The purpose of this report is to demonstrate how the activities of some of the world’s largest companies are contributing to the delivery of a low climate risk economy. Profiles and examples of the activities and climate projects are given for each of the member The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group (CLG) companies featured, including their carbon reduction goals and how these are being met.
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