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How to make the Environment Bill investible for business

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Nick Molho, Executive Director of the Aldersgate Group, says that key amendments are needed to deliver a world leading environmental regime and an investible proposition for business.


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Posted by Nick Molho on 25th February 2020
First published in: Business Green

Challenges and opportunities for businesses in improving soil health and protecting biodiversity

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Josephine Head, Senior Research Lead on Sustainable Agriculture at Earthwatch Europe, explains how businesses can play a central role in improving soil health and protecting biodiversity.


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Posted by Josephine Head on 9th January 2020

The IPBES Report: Responding positively to another tale of woe

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Bruce Howard, Director of the Ecosystems Knowledge Network, responds to the latest global assessment of the state of nature, urging more showcasing of the 'good life' associated with a restored natural environment.


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Posted by Bruce Howard on 16th May 2019

The road to frictionless conservation

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Alistair Taylor, Senior Policy Officer, Nature Directives at the RSPB and Martin Casey, Director of Public Affairs Europe at CEMEX argue in this joint blog that there is an urgent need for political rhetoric to be reflected in real action on the ground.


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Posted by Alistair Taylor and Martin Casey on 25th April 2019

The Environment Bill: a lot at stake, a lot to win

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Sarah Williams, Public Affairs Manager at the Aldersgate Group, reviews the framing of the Group's recent response to the government’s environmental principles and governance consultation.


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Posted by Sarah Williams on 14th August 2018

Delivering effective environmental governance

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Alistair Taylor of RSPB and Martin Casey of CEMEX comment on the government's proposals for the upcoming Environment Bill, arguing for several key principles to deliver clear, long-term environmental governance.


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Posted by Alistair Taylor and Martin Casey on 8th August 2018

Life after Brexit: the UK economy needs a strong environmental watchdog

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The limitations of the UK government’s recent consultation on environmental governance after Brexit show that the misperception that regulations are bad for growth still stands in the way of good environmental policymaking, argues Nick Molho, Executive Director of the Aldersgate Group.


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Posted by Nick Molho on 28th May 2018
First published in: The Economist

What’s in a watchdog: Why the future of UK environmental governance matters for business and the environment

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Alistair Taylor of RSPB and Martin Casey of CEMEX discuss the value of effective regulation for business and the environment.


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Posted by Alistair Taylor and Martin Casey on 11th May 2018

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