Former Prime Minister set to take become chair at influential sustainable business group, succeeding former Labour MP Joan Walley. Theresa May has pledged to “champion the business case for decarbonising the UK economy”, as she takes up a new role as chair of the Aldersgate Group later this week. The sustainable business group revealed this morning that the former prime minister has agreed to succeed former Labour MP Joan Walley, who has chaired the influential business group since 2015. May, who is joining the group two years after her departure from Number 10, said she was looking forward to working with the business community to drive action across a number of environmental agendas at a critical time for the UK’s net zero transition.
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