CDP is a not-for-profit charity that runs the global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, states and regions to manage their environmental impacts. Over the past 15 years we have created a system that has resulted in unparalleled engagement on environmental issues worldwide. Find out more about how we work.
The Circular Economy Club (CEC) is the largest international network of circular economy professionals and organizations with over 260 CEC local chapters in over 110 countries. Non-for-profit, global and open to anyone to join the club for free.
The Environmental Services Association (ESA) is the trade body representing the UK’s resource and waste management industry. While people talk about the circular economy, our members are helping to bring it about every day.
A sustainable, low-carbon economy of the future depends on quality recycled materials and world-class resources and waste management. ESA members collect, process and deliver these resources and are innovating and investing for a long-term zero-waste, zero-carbon future, building sustainable infrastructure and creating jobs.
We do this through three strategic goals:
Maximising the use of waste as a vital resource and aiming for a zero-carbon UK
Working with policy makers to create the right conditions for investment in an efficient and high-performing service
Driving the highest standards to protect the environment, the public and our workforce
IEMA is the professional body for everyone working in environment and sustainability. We provide resources and tools, research and knowledge sharing along with high-quality formal training and qualifications to meet the real world needs of our members. We believe that together we’re positively changing attitudes to sustainability as a progressive force for good. Together we’re transforming the world to sustainability.
The London Waste and Recycling Board is a partnership of the Mayor of London and the London boroughs to improve waste and resource management. The city’s economic and environmental future depends on a transition to a low-carbon circular economy, and LWARB works to ensure that London’s businesses, local government and communities thrive by helping them make the very best use of resources and materials. www.lwarb.gov.uk
techUK represents the companies and technologies that are defining today the world that we will live in tomorrow.
More than 850 companies are members of techUK. Collectively they employ more than 750,000 people, about
half of all tech sector jobs in the UK. These companies range from leading FTSE 100 companies
to new innovative start-ups. Our SmarterUK initiative serves to champion the role and value of smart infrastructure in the UK. This covers three industry work streams; transport, smart cities and smart energy and utilities. The programme represents technology companies to the utility (energy, water and heat) sector, supporting innovation in both infrastructure delivery and retail market services.
We help build a new kind of leadership that thrives on change and understands the risk from new unthinkables. We work with you to transform leadership and make it fit for this radical uncertainty. We support you to turn the new disruption and uncertainty to your advantage. We provide independent, tailored analysis of the ongoing threats.
UKSIF is a membership organisation for those in the finance industry committed to growing sustainable and responsible finance in the UK. Our vision is a fair, inclusive and sustainable financial system that works for the benefit of society and the environment. UKSIF was created in 1991 and has 240+ members and affiliates include financial advisers, institutional and retail fund managers, pension funds, banks, research providers, consultants and NGOs.
The World Green Building Council is a global network of Green Building Councils which is transforming the places we live, work, play, heal and learn.
We believe green buildings can and must be at the centre of our lives. Our changing climate means we must reshape the way we grow and build, enabling people to thrive both today and tomorrow.
We take action – championing local and global leadership, and empowering our community to drive change. Together, we are greater than the sum of our parts, and commit to green buildings for everyone, everywhere.
EDF is committed to leading the UK’s transition to a cleaner, low emission electric future, helping Britain to reach Net Zero. We are the UK’s largest producer of low-carbon electricity, and we supply millions of customers with electricity and gas. We generate electricity with eight nuclear power stations, more than 30 wind farms, one gas and one coal power station, and we operate Britain’s biggest battery. EDF is leading the UK’s nuclear renaissance with the construction of a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point C, and plans for a new power station at Sizewell C in Suffolk.
Zenobe is committed to enabling the transition to a cleaner and more efficient electricity system through the intelligent use of storage. Primarily serving commercial electric vehicle fleet operators, utilities and industrial and commercial businesses, Zenobe is one of the largest independent owners and operators of battery storage in the UK with plans for global expansion. In the bus sector, Zenobe already serves over 20% of the UK market. Our flexible and cost effective solutions reduce carbon emissions and can replace slower, less efficient alternatives thereby accelerating the integration of more renewable energy onto our grid.