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EU policymakers must send 'clear signal' on energy policy
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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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How can business foster justice in times of rapid change?
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How can businesses move faster and smarter on plastic waste?
28 March 2018 – As concern about plastic waste increases and the need for business action mounts, Eliot Whittington, Director of Policy, University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, reflects on how UK companies can move faster and smarter to address the issue. He makes the case for an ambitious roadmap to help companies work together in navigating an increasingly crowded landscape, to deliver system-wide changes in policy, public engagement and innovation that deliver the solution to our plastic waste problem.
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How can companies use their lobbying to drive a net zero future?
12 December 2018 – Dylan Tanner, Executive Director and Co-Founder of InfluenceMap on the need for the companies to use their lobbying for good and drive change at the pace and scale required for a net zero future.
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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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How Jaguar Land Rover ditched traditional supply chain thinking to create a closed loop value chain
As part of our Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Value Chains, Paul Cassell, Vehicle Engineering, Jaguar Land Rover, evaluated the REALCAR project: a closed-loop value chain collaboration between Jaguar Land Rover, Novelis, Innovate UK and other partners, with the aim of introducing more closed-loop aluminium into Jaguar Land Rover cars.
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How the UK is contributing to sustainable business models in China | 看英国如何助力中国可持续商业模式
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How well prepared are businesses for climate change?
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Jaguar Land Rover and Novelis: committed to collaboration for a closed-loop value chain
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