Net Zero

And Carbon Neutrality

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Net Zero refers to producing zero carbon dioxide emissions by balancing emissions against carbon emission reduction, and carbon offsetting strategies. Demonstrating a commitment to managing your Carbon Footprint and environmental impact will help to improve your brand image in an increasingly green-conscious world.

Governments around the world are putting in place new regulations to ensure companies take action and commit to net zero. The UK Government has introduced new regulations to ensure organisations start their Net Zero journeys. One example is the recent introduction of the Public Procurement Notice (PPN) 06/21. Moreover, the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) is expected to be mandatory for large companies soon. This will force those organisations to monitor, analyse and reduce their carbon emissions.

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What are the benefits of going Net Zero?

Demonstrating a commitment to managing your carbon footprint and environmental impact will help to improve your brand image in an increasingly green conscious climate.

It can save money through reduced energy consumption and waste costs, improving the overall efficiency of company operations.

You can be ahead of the curve for future compliance requirements, reviewing if your day-to-day activities are sustainable and meet detailed scrutiny.

It can improve employee engagement, keeping teams informed of their environmental roles and responsibilities.

What’s the difference between Carbon Reporting vs Carbon Offsetting?

We are often asked about the differences between carbon reduction schemes and carbon offsetting.

In short, carbon reduction is actively reviewing existing processes and operations and taking steps to improve efficiency and reduce carbon emissions. Prime examples of this include changing lighting systems to efficient LED set ups and reviewing transport fleet usage to identify savings.

Carbon offsetting is one-way companies and organisations can reduce their carbon footprint. Rather than reduction, it involves making up for the release of carbon emissions in one sector by reducing emissions elsewhere. Examples include reforestation and tree planting, avoiding deforestation, and using renewable energy sources.

We recommend investigating and implementing carbon reduction schemes before embarking on carbon offsetting projects. Active reduction measures show a stronger commitment to your environmental responsibilities, compared to simply offsetting everything. Your clients are doing their due diligence and will expect you to “walk the walk” not just “talk the talk”.

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