UK leadership in the low carbon economy: strategic investment, value driven development and sustainable growth
The sustainability hub believes the UK will be a leading low carbon economy. To help achieve this transition, we work closely with government leadership promoting smart investment, sustainable policy and action on climate change.
We bring together policy makers, academics, the third sector and the UK’s largest businesses to facilitate dialogue, present research, challenge concepts and campaign on sustainable solutions for all.
We are a politically neutral organisation working with the major parties to deliver an effective cross party programme based on high level engagement with political leadership. With in-depth industry knowledge in the energy and environment sectors the hub ensures access to the latest political and industry events and positions our members in the debate.
The 2015 post-election programme delivers a series of engagement activities including Political Party Conference receptions, private Ministerial meetings, debates, targeted networking events, Parliamentary activities and consultative support.
Our focus on fostering new relationships, in both Westminster and the Devolved Nations and identifying allies in the next Government provides opportunities for members and key stakeholders to shape policy and encourage improved decision making across Government Departments.
Sustainability hub members include the UK’s largest steel company, leading energy services, building services, energy efficiency organisations and renewables trade associations as well as global environment NGOs including WWF, Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth.
Sustainability hub members develop and participate in campaigns, projects and events which aim to transform the policy landscape, raise awareness and promote smart economic development.
Association for the Conservation of Energy, ADBA, APG for Intelligent Energy, Calor Gas, Carillion, CEN, CHPA, Conservative Environment Network, CPL Renewables, EN Algae, Energy Bill Revolution, Energy for London, Friends of the Earth, Green Alliance, Greener Journeys, Green Liberal Democrats, Greenpeace, Larkfleet Homes, LowCVP, Mitsubishi Electric, National Energy Action, National Right to Fuel Campaign, Network of Energy Centres for Doctoral Training, PRASEG, RenewableUK, SERA, Solarcentury, Solar Trade Association, Southern Water, Sustainable Energy Association, Tata Steel, Worcester Bosch, WWF, WWT
Advisors: Syed Ahmed, Leonie Greene, Josh Robson, Nick Wood-Dow and Charles Perry