What does this look like for your business?
Easily measure and report your carbon and nature impacts
Set science based targets and implement priority actions to reduce your footprint
Engage with your customer, suppliers, and staff with confidence
What is Net Zero?
Scientists are in agreement that we need to keep global warming below 1.5°C by 2050 to avoid irreversible climate change. To achieve this we need to build a fossil fuel free and net zero emissions economy.
A business achieves net zero when it decarbonises its operations by avoiding emissions, reducing energy use, replacing fossil fuels with renewables, and only using offsets for the unavoidable emissions that remain.
The UK has commited to reach net zero by 2050. The decisions your business makes today matter because they will determine whether we meet this goal. Rather than feeling daunted, this is an exciting opportunity to work within your company and with your customers.
What is Nature Positive?
There has been a significant decline in global biodiversity due to habitat loss from land use change, resource extraction, and chemical use in agriculture. The UK alone has lost nearly 80% of its original biodiversity.
In order to combat continued species loss, the UN Global Deal for nature calls for setting aside 30% of the globe as space for nature.
The first step for businesses to do their part to ensure this goal is met is to understand how their operations impact biodiversity. Organisations have the opportunity to develop responsible sourcing and land management practices that ensure replenishment and regeneration of biodiversity and the livelihoods of the producers who look after the land.