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Trading blows? Reforming global trade to work for net zero

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Kate Young, Senior Public Affairs Officer at the Aldersgate Group discusses the role of trade policy in delivering net zero, covering the importance of events like COP26 and the twelfth World Trade Organisation's Ministerial Conference. 


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Posted by Kate Young on 19th November 2021

COP26 sends a clear signal to businesses and investors

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Despite the tense, last-minute wrangling over the exact wording of the Glasgow Climate Pact, the overall outcome of COP26 sends a very clear investment signal to businesses and financial institutions, argues Nick Molho, executive director of the Aldersgate Group.


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Posted by Nick Molho on 18th November 2021
First published in: Business Green

Taking stock of COP26: cause for optimism

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In this blog, Ben Pummell, Senior Strategic Communications Officer at the Aldersgate Group explores the progress made at COP26 so far, and what must come next to deliver a successful summit. 


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Posted by Ben Pummell on 9th November 2021

We must plan now for climate adaptation and resilience

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Duncan Price, Partner, Sustainability & Cliimate Change at Buro Happold, marks the Adaptation, Loss & Damage theme at COP26, by outlinining how to ensure effective climate mitigation and adaptation plans. 


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Posted by Duncan Price on 8th November 2021

We won’t save the planet if the UK decarbonises by deindustrialising

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In this blog, Dr Laura Cohen MBE, Chief Executive at the British Ceramic Confederation, calls on Government to engage with and support the ceramics sector as UK heavy industry decarbonises, warning that without clear action, the UK risks decarbonising by deindustrialising.


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Posted by Dr Laura Cohen MBE on 3rd November 2021