Since we launched in Parliament in February, we have been busy engaging with our grassroots members, our councillor network, and our supporting MPs and Lords to identify interesting and pragmatic mechanisms for decarbonisation. It has been a fascinating insight into the many different perspectives shaping the climate debate in the Conservative Party.
Throughout the many conversations and events we have been delighted to host or attend, we have overwhelmingly felt our own values echoed, enforcing our view that climate policy should be ambitious in mitigating climate change, but also innovative and dynamic in promoting economic growth and fuelling the UK's international competitiveness. The UK has the opportunity and duty to be a global leader in decarbonisation.
Today we publish our policy paper, which aims to shine a light on some of the key areas of climate policy we feel ought to be promoted in the climate debate. Too often do anti-business sentiments overpower pragmatism. Our very aim is to change that. Climate action ought to be seen as a powerful opportunity to transform the UK into a cleaner, healthier, and more efficient economy that delivers for people across the country. The policies we discuss aim to unite stakeholders' objectives behind climate action and the shared ambitions for a more productive, prosperous, and sustainable economy.