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Business response to climate risks

How should businesses put the TCFD recommendations to work?

23 October 2017 | Viewpoint

In this guest blog, David Cooke, Company and Financial Lawyer at the non-profit environmental law organisation, ClientEarth, explores the legal implications of the recommendations from the G20 Financial Stability Board's Task Force for Climate-related Financial Disclosures.

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Can long term thinking transform an uncertain future into a sustainable one?

Posted by Hugh Jones | 19 October 2017 | Viewpoint

Can business really act for the benefit of the long term, even when this might not serve their immediate commercial interests?

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Warehouse (business model innovation)

Business model innovation: making the leap in sustainable value creation

Posted by Aleyn Smith-Gillespie | 5 October 2017 | Viewpoint

To meet the environmental and social challenges the world currently faces, innovation needs to go beyond just products and technologies: we need new business models.

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Why BT is raising the bar on climate action

Why BT is raising the bar on climate action

12 September 2017 | Viewpoint

How can a company like BT play its part in ensuring the ambition in the Paris Agreement to limit global warming to 1.5°C is realised? Viewpoint by Gabrielle Giner, Head of Sustainable Business Policy, BT

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Offshore wind farm

Carbon Trust response to latest CFD auction results

Posted by Tom Delay | 11 September 2017 | Viewpoint

The Carbon Trust is delighted to see the latest CFD results and proud of the role the Offshore Wind Accelerator has played in making them possible.

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Smart energy

Smart cities need smarter citizens to deliver on the promise of new energy technologies

Posted by Richard Rugg | 26 July 2017 | Viewpoint

Today there is a lot of innovative new technology being developed to enable the cleaner, more efficient energy system that will be needed in the smart cities of the future. But technology does not drive change by itself – you still need to factor in the human element.

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