Need more persuasion to make your commitment to a more sustainable future?
“Tackling climate change and the loss of nature is not just the right thing to do, the public want government and the private sector to do more. That’s an opportunity that neither can afford to miss. By turning targets into actions, we will be showing leadership, which is good for the economy and essential to the UK’s goal of inspiring global change at COP26.”
With Sea turtles returning to the Bay of Bengal, a 25% reduction in carbon in China and improvements in air quality around the world, the pandemic has demonstrated the impact that changes in our lifestyle can make to the environment. It’s important we act now to re-engineer an economy that grows in the right way – a cleaner and greener way.
This is a chance for UK business to position itself as a global leader in the green economy and to set the narrative around the positive actions we are taking, on a global stage.
By committing to and achieving our goals for a more sustainable future, we can be the first generation to leave the environment in a better state than we found it.
Business is responsible for 18% of UK greenhouse gas emissions so it is up to us to take steps within our own organisations to reduce this percentage.
Climate change is a critical systemic risk both globally and nationally. This risk affects your shareholder returns so it is important to acknowledge, act on and mitigate this right now.
It’s time to commit. We have created a simple list of steps your business could take to demonstrate its commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving nature.COMMIT
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