The IPCC 1.5 degrees report: we need further faster action


Setting science-based 1.5 degree targets sends demand signals to the market for innovation and increased provision of low carbon alternatives, argues Gabrielle Ginér, Head of Environmental Sustainability at BT, ahead of the release of the IPCC's report on 1.5 degrees.

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Posted by Gabrielle Ginér on 5th October 2018

The EU’s mid-century climate strategy: a 2050 roadmap should lead to 1.5 °C

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Decarbonising the EU's economy before 2050 will require greatly intensified ambition across all sectors, argues Danielle Lane, UK Country Manager at Vattenfall.

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Posted by Danielle Lane on 3rd October 2018

The colour of money: Engaging financial markets in green infrastructure

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Alex White, Policy Manager at the Aldersgate Group, considers how the EU can meet its 2030 Climate & Energy targets and increase investment in green infrastructure.

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Posted by Alex White on 1st October 2018
First published in: IEEP

The business case: the key to the door to scaling sustainable business practice

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Ahead of Green GB Week, Mike Barry, Director of Sustainable Business, Plan A at M&S, argues the business case for scaling sustainable business practice to the economy as a whole.

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Posted by Mike Barry on 27th September 2018

Clean growth: the EU needs a comprehensive plan


The EU needs a stable pipeline of investable green infrastructure projects to deliver its environmental commitments in a way that is timely, affordable and creates new economic opportunities, argues Nick Molho, Executive Director at the Aldersgate Group.

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Posted by Nick Molho on 20th September 2018
First published in: IEEP

Dude, where's my EV?


Will Tricker, Policy Officer at the Aldersgate Group, considers what further support is needed from government to ensure UK businesses are best placed to accelerate the transition to zero emission vehicles.

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Posted by Will Tricker on 13th September 2018
First published in: edie

Ambitious environmental regulations can give the EU the competitive and low carbon economy it needs


Well-designed and ambitious environmental regulations will allow the EU to decarbonise its economy and boost the competitiveness of its businesses, and should play a key role in the next Commission’s priorities, argues Nick Molho, Executive Director at the Aldersgate Group.

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Posted by Nick Molho on 30th August 2018
First published in: BusinessGreen

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