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Building a better, low-carbon future is within our grasp but we need a plan to deliver it

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Bioregional's Sue Riddlestone argues progress at Paris needs to be matched by a national plan to deliver greener buildings.


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Posted by Sue Riddlestone on 8th December 2015
First published in: businessGreen

Circular Economy Package: A decent start, but plenty more to do

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M&S's sustainability manager Rowland Hill considers the merits and shortcomings of the new EU circular economy package.


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Posted by Rowland Hill on 7th December 2015
First published in: businessGreen

It’s time for the EU’s economy to go circular

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There is a compelling business case for the EU to rapidly improve the resource efficiency of its economy. Many businesses are already leading the way but a strong Circular Economy Package from the EU could help them go much further, argues Nick Molho, executive director of the Aldersgate Group.


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Posted by Nick Molho on 27th November 2015
First published in: The Economist

We're ready to help the UK government succeed at and beyond Paris: will it give us the chance?

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Rob Lambe of Willmott Dixon Energy Services argues getting an ambitious Paris agreement will be only half the battle.


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Posted by Rob Lambe on 24th November 2015
First published in: businessGreen

2015 must be the year of the environment at Davos

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2015 is a key year for decisions on the environment. 


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Posted by Nick Molho on 22nd October 2015
First published in: The Economist

A productive economy requires a growing low-carbon industry

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As the UK parliament returns to business, the government has the opportunity to put in place measures that will modernise the UK’s infrastructure and make its economy more productive. 


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Posted by Nick Molho on 10th September 2015
First published in: The Economist

Nick Molho: What Paris means to me...

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A deal in Paris would boost the attractiveness of low carbon investments and reduce the cost of decarbonisation, says the executive director of Aldersgate Group


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Posted by Nick Molho on 7th August 2015
First published in: businessGreen

The UK’s low-carbon sector has its place in the Conservatives’ economic plan

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The promising growth of the UK’s low-carbon economy over the last five years shows it should play an important part in the new Conservative government’s economic plan


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Posted by Nick Molho on 8th May 2015
First published in: The Economist