We owe it to future generations to build back better…The UK will take this forward by hosting the UN Climate Change Conference in GlasgowBoris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
INTRODUCING OUR PARTNERS
Our Partners are supporting the legacy of COP26 by providing vital expertise, commitment and action to help tackle climate change.
Read more from our Partners on their dedication to deliver action on climate change below.
BEIS is a ministerial department, supported by 47 agencies and public bodies. The department is building a stronger, greener future by fighting coronavirus, tackling climate change, unleashing innovation and making the UK a great place to work and do business.
Buckinghamshire Local Enterprise Partnership came together to engineer the conditions needed to drive forward business prosperity and grow our net contributions to the wider UK economy.
Hertfordshire LEP accelerates economic growth in the county by investing in its people, places and businesses. It brings together the expertise of public and private sector partners to ensure Hertfordshire fulfils its economic potential.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority is focused on making its local area the leading place in the world to live, learn and work. It comprises representatives from eight organisations. These are Cambridge City Council, Cambridgeshire County Council, East Cambridgeshire District Council, Fenland District Council, Huntingdonshire District Council, Peterborough City Council, South Cambridgeshire District Council and the Business Board.
New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership works with businesses, education and local authority partners to drive growth and enterprise in Norfolk and Suffolk. They secure public and private investment to deliver a range of programmes and initiatives with partners to improve infrastructure, skills and business support.
Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP) champion Oxfordshire’s economic potential, acting as a catalyst and convener to drive a dynamic, sustainable and growing economy.
The Coast to Capital area covers a single identifiable city region, it is a network of functional economic hubs around Gatwick airport. It concentrates on the most important opportunities to sustainably grow its business base, attracting investment, and generating jobs.
With responsibility for the Local Growth Fund capital investment programme and other regional growth monies, SEMLEP facilitates and manages a pipeline of investment opportunities and delivery of projects approved for funding under the programme.
ENTERPRISE M3 Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) drives the economic growth of the area by working with businesses, key delivery partners and central government. They translate and signpost opportunities for business and other partners including funding.
The South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) is a partnership for growth between business, government and education. They put the role of enterprise – as the driving motor of the economy – at the heart of everything.
The Greater London Authority, known colloquially as City Hall, is the devolved regional governance body of the London region, which consists of the City of London and the ceremonial county of Greater London. Based at City Hall, more than 800 staff are employed to support the Mayor and Assembly in their roles.
Thames Valley Berkshire Local Enterprise Partnership is a business-led, multi-sector partnership mandated by government to lead activities that drive local economic growth. Alongside London, the area is the UK’s economic powerhouse contributing over £42.5bn in GVA (2018 provisional) to the national economy.
Carbon Copy is a UK charity that aims to inspire big-thinking local action on the climate crisis and speed up progress to carbon zero. If you have enjoyed the case studies from the Greater South East region and would like to explore a wider range of Carbon Stories from across the UK, visit the Carbon Copy website.