Kickstart decarbonisation with the future Net Zero Standard

Kickstart decarbonisation with the future Net Zero Standard: We are excited to announce the launch of the future Net Zero Standard, a new and easy-to-use tool to help you get started on your net zero path.

Parliament passed legislation, in June 2109, requiring the government to lower the UK’s net emissions of greenhouse gases to Net Zero by 2050 – this will call for you, your business and the rest of the economy to phase out all emissions by the middle of the century.

It sounds hard but through inspiration by our partners, we have joined up with CBN Expert to bring a new software tool to the market that makes it simple to get started.

The tool is an intuitive and easy-to-use way for you to record where you are by means of carbon footprint, watch your decarbonisation progress & reference yourself against the rest of your sector.

You will also be able to publicise your shrinking carbon footprint so your employees, customers & stakeholders can see the change you are making in the fight against climate change.

Net zero and going green aren’t only for the big corporates any more – our tool creates an easy way for smaller businesses to showcase their credentials, which will be independently verified & audited.

It’s simple, quick and affordable – you can start on the journey for less than the price of a takeaway coffee a day.

Until you know how much carbon you’re using, you can’t begin lowering it. The future Net Zero standard page will go live at midday today, so make a point to get involved.

Kickstart decarbonisation with the future Net Zero Standard

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