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Leading businesses call for action on floods and climate change

Feb 2014

Today leading businesses with a combined turnover of nearly £200 billion have warned that climate change is projected to make UK flooding more frequent.

They call for prompt political action to address the causes of climate change. 

Education must be fit for a future economy

Nov 2012

This report urges Government to ensure that education and training is better designed for future needs and not merely to remedy current shortages. Ensuring that all people have a broad and rounded knowledge base will be vital to secure future growth and competitiveness.

2030 Power Sector Carbon Target Essential for Growth

Oct 2012

A powerful alliance of the UK's largest businesses and industry bodies have stated that a 2030 carbon target for the power sector is essential for stimulating new growth in the economy. Only greater clarity from Government can unleash the £110bn investment required to transform the UK's electricity infrastruture and drive wider economic benefits. 

Businesses vote for food security to be priority for Rio+20

May 2012

A sustainable, healthy and affordable diet should be the number one priority for governments at Rio+20 according to a business summit specially convened by the Aldersgate Group.

Aldersgate Group welcomes Government’s Resource Security Action Plan

Mar 2012

The Aldersgate Group welcomes the Government's Resource Security Action Plan, published today (Friday 17th March). This seeks to ensure that UK businesses are more resilient to any change in the supply and price of key resources, and can make the most of new opportunities.

Significant progress on sustainable building policy, but devil in the detail, says new industry report

Feb 2012

A new AG report suggests that progress has been made by Government in shaping the regulatory and fiscal framework for sustainable buildings in the UK. 

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