Working together to achieve a net zero carbon economy

World Environment Day takes on a different meaning when you consider the impacts brought about by the Coronavirus pandemic. There are some obvious links between the two topics, and we have all experienced real-life scenarios and observed changes by the pausing of certain carbon
generating behaviours.

 

Net zero carbon taskforce

With the UK Government formally committed to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, they launched the Net Zero Carbon Taskforce in 2019 with the sole purpose of motivating and mobilising businesses to adopt sustainable practices and reverse the effects of climate change.

2050 may seem a long way off, however by 2030, just 10 years away, the UK needs to have delivered on its commitment to limit global warming to 1.5°C, something many consider only possible by achieving a net zero carbon economy.

 

Where do you start?

Businesses will play a crucial role in developing the low carbon economy and enabling us to reach our goal of net zero by 2050. Project One is privileged to be a member of the ‘Business in The Community’ Net Zero Carbon Taskforce, and Technical Advisory Group, working with and alongside others to develop the roadmap that will support businesses to play their part in the solution. Download the full article, to find out more.

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POSTED BY: James O'Sullivan - Director of consulting services

CONTACT: james.osullivan@projectone.com

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