ORGANISATIONS

Aldersgate Group members believe that economic success, now and in the future, requires: 

  1. A healthy environment and sustainable use of resources
  2. Solutions to environmental challenges that also benefit the business bottom line
  3. Growth, jobs and competitive advantage 

To achieve this, policy must ensure that:

  1. Pricing signals accurately reflect environmental costs and benefits
  2. Regulation provides long-term value for society and the economy

The Aldersgate Group’s pan-economy membership includes some of the largest businesses in the UK, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), public sector bodies, trade associations and influential individuals, including parliamentarians from across the political spectrum.

Aldersgate Group membership is business-led with a maximum of three corporate representatives per sector. New membership is by invitation only and must be approved by the existing members. 

Ask our Secretariat about membership

See our individual members

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OUR MEMBERS

Anglian Water
Aviva Investors
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BioRegional
BT
Buro Happold
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Cranfield University
Crown Estate, The
Northern Ireland Environment Agency
eftec
Energy Saving Trust
Energy Technologies Institute
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Environmental Industries Commission
Forestry Commission
Friends of the Earth
grantham
Green Alliance
Hogan Lovells
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IEEP
IEMA web
ikeasmall
Interface
Interserve
Jaguar Land Rover
Johnson Matthey
Kingfisher
FINALL&G
Marks & Spencer
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MVOW
National Grid
National Union of Students
Nestlé
Norton Rose Fulbright
RELX Group
RSPB
SEPA web
Siemens
Sky
tempus website
Thames Water web
TUC
UK Green Building Council
Vattenfall
Willmott Dixon Group
Woodland Trust
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WWF
xl catlin website
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