Aldersgate Group Reports

Publications highlighting the policy positions of the Aldersgate Group.

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Skills for success

Skills for a New Economy

15th November 2012

A paradigm shift in education and learning to ensure future economic success

This report urges Government to ensure that education and training is better designed for future needs and not merely to remedy current shortages. The economy must be ahead of the game in addressing inevitable worldwide trends, such as increased globalisation and resource scarcity, and not get left behind in the international race to develop high growth sectors in cutting edge technologies.

Full Transparency

Energy strategy 2012

16th July 2012

Policy implications of the corporate energy survey

The results of the Energy Benchmark survey which interviewed 153 organisations in the UK, over 90% of which are FTSE350 or equivalent companies. 

Resource revolution

Resilience in the Round

20th June 2012

Seizing the growth opportunities of a circular economy
The transition to a circular economy presents opportunities for growth and competitive advantage in a resource constrained world. 

General

AG Environmental report 2011-2012

1st May 2012

The Aldersgate Group's carbon emissions have been included in its financial report for the year 2011-2012, which has been filed with Companies House. This report shows the calculations behind the final reported total of two tonnes of CO2e.

General

Building Britain

13th February 2012

The path to sustainable growth for the built environment
A new Aldersgate Group report suggests that progress has been made by Government in shaping the regulatory and fiscal framework for sustainable buildings in the UK. 

Resource revolution

Pricing the Priceless

28th November 2011

The business case for action on biodiversity
This report finds that protecting biodiversity and introducing new frameworks to incorporate the value of nature into decision making will be vital to safeguard long-term economic growth.

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