Net zero resources Home page/ Sustainability / Net zero carbon / Net zero resources Net zero information and resources Blogs How to develop an actionable net-zero road map The race to net zero – accelerating the UK’s net-zero target with a new interim plan for 2035 Whose carbon is it anyway? Webinars Achieving net zero webinar series 2021 How to develop a net-zero plan – lessons from the Water UK routemap Reducing demand and energy intensity Making the most of bioresources Making the most of renewables How to handle unavoidable emissions (carbon sequestrations and offsets) Net zero webinar series 2020 Net zero part one: Strategy Net zero part two: Planning Net zero part three: Implementation White paper 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. Net-zero news from Ricardo: Examples of our support to sectors and businesses UK Water's 2030 routemap developed by Ricardo and Mott MacDonald Scotch Whisky industry's journey to net zero supported by Ricardo (more info in our consultant's blog post) Supporting NHS Services Scotland in the development of a strategy to achieve Net Zero before 2045 Ricardo report supports zero emission vision for UK heavy goods vehicles Ricardo helps put Devon on pathway to zero carbon emissions Ricardo supports the electricity sector achieve net zero through innovation Our expertise in innovative decarbonisation technology Ricardo helps to launch Hydrogen Sussex to transform south coast into a national hub for green transport and energy Research by Ricardo and Arcadis reveals potential for 'zero-emission' trains Ricardo invests in a hydrogen testing facility leading the way in future sustainable transport Our commitment to reach net zero Ricardo plc has made a public commitment to its shareholders, customers and workforce to achieve Net Zero carbon emissions from its operations by the end of calendar year 2030.