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Beyond compliance: embedding ambitious environmental standards across the economy

Julia Barrett

Julia Barrett, Chief Sustainability Officer at Willmott Dixon, discusses the importance of environmental regulations and how businesses can move beyond compliance and look to exceed standards.


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Posted by Julia Barrett on 20th April 2021

Businesses need strong interim targets in the Environment Bill

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To deliver much needed investment in nature restoration, businesses require legally binding interim targets in the Environment Bill to drive rapid policy action, argues the Aldersgate Group's Signe Norberg.


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Posted by Emmanuelle Dot on 15th February 2021
First published in: Business Green

Time to set a new precedent for global trade policy

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UK trade policy must set an ambitious new precedent that supports low carbon growth and accelerates global efforts to reduce emissions and restore biodiversity, argues Kate Young, Public Affairs Officer at the Aldersgate Group.


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Posted by Kate Young on 30th November 2020
First published in: Business Green

A competitive economy needs an ambitious low carbon policy

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The new government will need an ambitious and stable low carbon policy to bolster UK competitiveness and deliver export opportunities, argues Nick Molho of the Aldersgate Group. 


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Posted by Nick Molho on 17th May 2017
First published in: businessGreen

2015 must be the year of the environment at Davos

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2015 is a key year for decisions on the environment. 


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Posted by Nick Molho on 22nd October 2015
First published in: The Economist

UK Budget 2015: a springboard for the environment?

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With the UK General Election shortly coming up and increasing evidence that ambitious environmental policies can have positive long-lasting impacts on the economy...


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Posted by Nick Molho on 12th March 2015
First published in: The Economist