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  • A Royal Charge

    June 24, 2015
    Close-up of the 22-foot kaleidoscope, created by artist Philip Blackburn. Close-up of the 22-foot kaleidoscope, created by artist Philip Blackburn. Close-up of the 22-foot kaleidoscope, created by artist Philip Blackburn.

    By Christiane Gruen, 3M UK and Ireland Managing Director

    It’s been an honor to work with the Prince of Wales, the University of Cambridge and some of the top companies in the world these past several years.

    This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group, which brings together business leaders and policymakers to work together on addressing climate change. Here I am meeting him at a gathering earlier this year.

    At 3M, we’re doing our part by developing products that reduce our customers’ environmental footprint, while continuing to drive sustainable practices in our supply chain. But the real impact comes when we all work together to achieve change. That’s why the Prince of Wales’s support is so heartening and why groups like this one are so important.

    By Christiane Gruen, 3M UK and Ireland Managing Director

    It’s been an honor to work with the Prince of Wales, the University of Cambridge and some of the top companies in the world these past several years.

    This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group, which brings together business leaders and policymakers to work together on addressing climate change. Here I am meeting him at a gathering earlier this year.

    At 3M, we’re doing our part by developing products that reduce our customers’ environmental footprint, while continuing to drive sustainable practices in our supply chain. But the real impact comes when we all work together to achieve change. That’s why the Prince of Wales’s support is so heartening and why groups like this one are so important.