Business in the Community is the oldest and largest business-led membership organisation dedicated to responsible business. We were created nearly 40 years ago by HRH The Prince of Wales to champion responsible business.
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.
Cenex is an independent, not-for-profit, impartial advice service– helping businesses and government find innovative methods to reduce emission through transport and the associated energy infrastructure. Established in 2005, we have the expertise and trustworthy service, supported by evidence-based tools developed to give insights for decision making in both the public and private sector. We develop solutions to facilitate the transition to suitable and socially responsible mobility, offering services such as; strategic management support, knowledge sharing and wide industry dissemination through our Transport and Energy Systems & Infrastructure teams. Cenex organises the UK’s largest Low Carbon Vehicle event, providing a platform to showcase and engage with informers to discuss emerging technologies, industry issues and what the future holds.
The Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) is the leading international Royal Chartered professional body dedicated to the water and environment sector. We represent and support a community of thousands of members and organisations in 89 countries. All our members are dedicated to improving water and environmental management as well as associated social and cultural issues, for the benefit of the public.
CIWEM provides an extensive range of services leading the industry in developing technical excellence, which include: Training courses; events featuring top level speakers, debate and networking; round table meetings driving thought leadership and policy development; publications; and independent policy position papers, guidance and codes of practice, all founded on impartiality and the use of scientific evidence.
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.
London Waste and Recycling Board is a statutory Board established by the GLA Act 2007 to provide a strategic approach to waste management in London. The Board is chaired by the Mayor of London (or his representative). As well as the Chair, the membership comprises four councillors and two independents nominated by London Councils and one independent appointed by the Mayor of London.
The LowCVP which was established in 2003, is a public-private partnership working to accelerate a sustainable shift to lower carbon vehicles and fuels and create opportunities for UK business. Around 200 organisations are engaged from diverse backgrounds including automotive and fuel supply chains, vehicle users, academics, environment groups and others.
CLG members are leaders from a range of industries including retail and consumer goods, transport and infrastructure, finance, and power generation. Together, we have headquarters across the EU and a footprint extending far beyond Europe.
With a wealth of experience, and millions of customers, employees and suppliers between us, CLG members’ collective perspective is informed by our continued commercial success, and our ability to innovate, adapt and thrive in a changing economic climate.
The CLG is convened by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) under its Royal Founding Patron, His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales. CISL is not a member of the CLG but provides the secretariat. Decisions of the CLG do not represent the policies or positions of CISL or of the wider University of Cambridge.
The Sustainable Energy Association is a member based industry body offering innovative policy solutions that link up building-level technologies and the wider energy system to achieve a low carbon, secure energy future for the UK, benefits for UK consumers, and commercial growth for businesses working in the sector. We are technology agnostic, taking a whole house and whole heating system approach which does not favour one technology over another, but rather focuses on the right solution. We promote holistic ‘fabric first’ approaches to developing heat policy.
UK100 is a network of highly ambitious local government leaders, who have pledged to secure the future for their communities by shifting to 100% clean energy by 2050. This is not just good for the planet but for the people and communities they serve, be they in villages, towns or cities. Local leaders are working together to create flourishing communities, seizing the opportunities of technology to create jobs and establishing a nationwide project of renewal, focused on local needs and ambitions.
UK100 is the only network for UK local authorities, urban, suburban and rural, focused climate and clean energy policy. We connect local leaders to each other, to business and to national government, enabling them to showcase their achievements, learn from each other and speak collectively to accelerate the transition to clean energy.
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.
CleanTechnica is the #1 cleantech-focused website in the US and the world.
Our work has been referenced by the New York Times, Washington Post, Slate, MSNBC, Think Progress, Reuters, Scientific American, and plenty of other media outlets. Some of the cleantech industry’s top CEOs, directors, founders, and board members read us regularly. And plenty of “common citizens” are also addicted to our site.
CleanTechnica strives to be the most indispensable website on the planet for cleantech news and commentary. We have been covering the cleantech industry obsessively since 2008 — before it was popular for mainstream media to dedicate blogs or subdomains to the topic.
Climate Home is a news and analysis website that follows developments in global climate change politics and policy. The core editorial team is based in London, working with reporters based in Delhi, Islamabad, Moscow and Rio de Janeiro.
Climate Change TV offers an online channel hosting interviews and footage from international climate change and development summits. It was the first online video broadcaster devoted entirely to climate change issues. Climate Home and Climate Change TV are both funded by Responding to Climate Change Limited (RTCC) which was founded in 2002.
Global energy networks are changing. Cleaner, decentralised power is becoming the norm as legacy systems are deemed too dirty and too inflexible for modern demands. But to accommodate this transition, the networks that carry our power must evolve too. Current± is the leading source of news, insight and opinion as the energy transition accelerates, featuring expert coverage on networks, power supply, e-mobility, regulation and technology trends.
FORESIGHT Climate & Energy is the essential read from Denmark on the global transition to a decarbonised energy economy — objective reporting on what really matters by expert journalists and writers from around the world.
Packaging Europe is the leading intelligence resource for European packaging professionals. It connects early adopters, technologists and buyers across the packaging value chain with the latest developments in technology, materials and manufacturing processes, making sense of innovation in the context of the core sustainability and market challenges packaging is required to meet.
RECHARGE is the world’s leading provider of business intelligence for the renewable-energy industries, combining award-winning international coverage of breaking news, in-depth features and analysis, 24/7,that delivers depth and dimension on the stories that matter most to the wind and solar sectors.