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Big names strive for 2030 carbon target

The Environment Agency (EA) has announced that it is committed to reaching net zero carbon in its operations and supply chain by 2030. A further 250 businesses are also on the same path. Is this achievable? More...


More interested in green risk

Taking account of environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks is increasingly popular with property investors. What does this mean for landlords and tenants of commercial property now and in the future? More...


Boots cuts carbon emissions


Clean growth strategy


Carbon accounting

Experts have analysed the government’s system for calculating carbon emissions and identified some flaws. How might this affect you and is it likely to matter a great deal? More...


Becoming climate positive


Why big companies will want to speak to you more

For the first time, large companies are to be rated on how well they engage with suppliers on climate issues via “benchmark mechanisms”. What are they and what could this mean for you? More...


Zero carbon brewing

The global beer company Heineken has proved that running a brewery without the need to draw energy from the grid is feasible. What can you learn from its approach to renewable energy generation? More...


CRC - second phase update

If you’re participating in the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) Energy Efficiency Scheme, you will need to take action to assess compliance requirements for the second phase. What else do you need to do? More...


Inform clients about how you’re cutting carbon

As part of a tender, or during an accreditation process, many organisations have started asking their supply chain for details on how they’re reducing the amount of carbon they produce. If you’re asked, how should you respond? More...
Last updated: 29.05.2020

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