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|One or two success stories achieved=Since the platform’s inception, it has hosted numerous high profile debates, provided political momentum and timely policy insights. The platform is acknowledged as a credible forum to explore, promote and pursue the economic and strategic case for an economic transformation in response to climate change. It has discussed such topics as: the development of a new EU climate and energy package, National Energy and Climate plans, EU wide long-term strategies for decarbonisation, the reform of the EU Emissions Trading System, and the development of a new EU energy union, and ensuring compliance with the goals of the Paris Agreement.
 
|One or two success stories achieved=Since the platform’s inception, it has hosted numerous high profile debates, provided political momentum and timely policy insights. The platform is acknowledged as a credible forum to explore, promote and pursue the economic and strategic case for an economic transformation in response to climate change. It has discussed such topics as: the development of a new EU climate and energy package, National Energy and Climate plans, EU wide long-term strategies for decarbonisation, the reform of the EU Emissions Trading System, and the development of a new EU energy union, and ensuring compliance with the goals of the Paris Agreement.
 
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|Participants companies names=3M; Acciona; Aguas de Portugal; Barilla; BT; Coca-Cola Enterprises; Doosan; Ørsted DSM; Ecover; EDF Energy; Entso; EON; Ferrovial; Gorenje Surovina; GSK; Iberdrola; IKEA; Interface; Jelovica; Kingfisher; Mirova (Natixis group); Novo Nordisk; Novozymes; Philips; RWE; Sappi Fine Paper; Shell; Skanska; Stora Enso; Tesco; Unilever; UTC; Vestas
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|Participants companies names=3M (USA); Acciona (Spain); Aguas de Portugal (Portugal); Barilla (Italy); Coca-Cola Enterprises (USA); Doosan (South Korea); Ørsted (Denmark); Ecover (Belgium); EDF Energy (France); Entso (Belgium); EON (Germany); Ferrovial (Spain); Gorenje Surovina (Serbia); GSK (United Kingdom); Iberdrola (Spain); IKEA (Sweden); Jelovica (Slovenia); Kingfisher (United Kingdom); Mirova (France); Novo Nordisk (Denmark); Novozymes (Denmark); Philips (Netherlands); RWE (Germany); Sappi Fine Paper (South Africa); Shell (Netherlands); Skanska (Sweden); Stora Enso (Finland); Tesco (United Kingdom); Unilever (United Kingdom); United Technologies - UTC (USA); Vestas (Denmark).
 
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Latest revision as of 13:04, 9 July 2019

General

Name of initiative Green Growth Platform
LPAA initiative No
NAZCA Initiative No
Website address https://www.cisl.cam.ac.uk/business-action/low-carbon-transformation/green-growth-platform
Related initiatives
Starting year 2013
End year
Secretariat The secreatariat of the Green Growth Platform is hosted by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL).

University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) 1 Trumpington Street Cambridge, CB2 1QA, UK

Organisational structure The Green Growth Platform consists of three groups: 1. Ministerial Green Growth Group; 2. Business Green Growth Group and 3. Parliamentary Green Growth Group
Geographical coverage Western Europe, Eastern Europe
Name of lead organisation University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)
Type of lead organisation Academic/Research institution
Location/Nationality of lead organisation United Kingdom

Description

Description The Green Growth Platform brings together ministers from European governments, businesses and the European Parliament to discuss and debate the economic opportunities and challenges involved in the transition to a low carbon, resilient economy. This notable and influential platform is made up of ministers from 17 governments, members of the EU parliament from across the political spectrum and major businesses from across Europe.
Objectives
Activities By bringing together business, parliament and government voices, the Green Growth Platform provides an informed business and expert-led debate with useful insights into the real world challenges of a low carbon and resource efficient economy. The platform works primarily through a combination of regular high-level meetings, including private dinners and well attended summits.
One or two success stories achieved Since the platform’s inception, it has hosted numerous high profile debates, provided political momentum and timely policy insights. The platform is acknowledged as a credible forum to explore, promote and pursue the economic and strategic case for an economic transformation in response to climate change. It has discussed such topics as: the development of a new EU climate and energy package, National Energy and Climate plans, EU wide long-term strategies for decarbonisation, the reform of the EU Emissions Trading System, and the development of a new EU energy union, and ensuring compliance with the goals of the Paris Agreement.

Monitoring and Impacts

Sustainable Development Impact:
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Function of initiative Political dialogue, Technical dialogue
Activity of initiative Policy planning and recommendations, Knowledge dissemination and exchange, Awareness raising and outreach
Indicators
Goals
Comments on indicators and goals
How will goals be achieved
Have you changed or strenghtened your goals
Progress towards the goals
How are you tracking progress of your initiative
Available reporting

Participants

Participants Number Names
Members 70  
Companies 34 3M (USA); Acciona (Spain); Aguas de Portugal (Portugal); Barilla (Italy); Coca-Cola Enterprises (USA); Doosan (South Korea); Ørsted (Denmark); Ecover (Belgium); EDF Energy (France); Entso (Belgium); EON (Germany); Ferrovial (Spain); Gorenje Surovina (Serbia); GSK (United Kingdom); Iberdrola (Spain); IKEA (Sweden); Jelovica (Slovenia); Kingfisher (United Kingdom); Mirova (France); Novo Nordisk (Denmark); Novozymes (Denmark); Philips (Netherlands); RWE (Germany); Sappi Fine Paper (South Africa); Shell (Netherlands); Skanska (Sweden); Stora Enso (Finland); Tesco (United Kingdom); Unilever (United Kingdom); United Technologies - UTC (USA); Vestas (Denmark).
Business organisations 0
Research and educational organisations 0
Non-governmental organisations 0
National states 17 Austria; Belgium; Denmark; Finland; France; Germany; Ireland; Italy; Luxembourg; Netherlands; Norway; Portugal; Spain; Sweden; Slovenia; United Kingdom
Governmental actors 17 Catherine Bearder MEP,  Bendt Bendtsen MEP,  Kathleen Van Brempt MEP,  Reinhard Butikofer MEP,  Seb Dance MEP,  Pilar del Castillo Vera MEP,  Bas Eickhout MEP,  Frederick Federley MEP,  Gerben-Jan Gerbrandy MEP,  Julie Girling MEP,  Heidi Hautula MEP,  Jeppe Kofod MEP,  Jo Leinen MEP,  Linda McAvan MEP,  Sirpa Pietikäinen MEP,  Morten Petersen MEP,  Claude Turmes MEP
Regional / state / county actors 0
City / municipal actors 0
Intergovernmental organisations 0
Financial Institutions 2 HSBC; Deutsche Bank
Other members 0
Supporting partners 0
Number of members in the years
Have only national states as participators No


Theme

Transport Agriculture Forestry Business Financial institutions Buildings Industry Waste Cities and subnational governments Short Term Pollutants International maritime transport Energy Supply Fluorinated gases Energy efficiency Renewable energy Supply chain emission reductions Adaptation Other Resilience Innovation Energy Access and Efficiency Private Finance
No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No
Last update: 9 July 2019 12:04:30

Not only have national states as participators