Quitting the carbon habit

Quitting the carbon habit
Quitting the carbon habit

Strikes, protests and demonstrations have brought the climate crisis into sharp public focus, prompting governments to announce net-zero carbon targets for 2050 or earlier. But how realistic are these aims?

We speak to our environmental experts for the answers.

In this whitepaper we look at:

  • The Decarbonisation Hitlist - what are the challenges posed to energy, industry, transport and other sectors?

  • What does net zero mean?

  • The role of authorities

  • Principal sectors to decarbonise

  • Co-benefits of decarbonisation

  • Important areas that have been commonly overlooked in this debate
     


    If you find this of interest we invite you to join our three-part net zero webinar series:
  1. Developing a business strategy for net zero emissions 
    Watch the recording online
  2. Planning for net zero emissions: how to get started in 2020, 
    Thursday 19 March 11:00am - 12:00pm - Register
  3. Successfully implementing net zero: a how-to guide for UK companies,
    Thursday 14 May 11:00am- 12:00pm - Register

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