Only 10% of companies have set a carbon reduction target

We recently conducted research to investigate the commitment gap between employees wanting to engage more in their companies’sustainability goals and the action being taken by companies to tackle climate change.

Our research found that only 10% of companies have set carbon-reduction targets. Shockingly none of the companies we surveyed have set science-based targets. 

Gain insight into some of the other key barriers to action , as well as receive insight into how an engaged workforce can be mobilised to achieve ambitious carbon reduction targets

Download the full report here

 

Download | Make ESOS Work for You – A Quick Guide to ESOS Phase 2 Compliance

Download our easy to read quick guide to ESOS Phase 2 Compliance to gets a better understanding of ESOS and make sure your company get the most out of the process; whichever path you chose.

 

Confused about Science-Based Targets? Download our new infographic

There is a lot of information about science-based targets in the media at the moment.

It might have left you feeling confused about what is actually means for your company and where you should start when it comes to setting one.

To remedy this, we have developed an easy to follow infographic to make sure setting your first science-based target will be as beneficial to your company as it will to the planet.

Click the image below or here to view the full infographic

Download Your Guide to Science-Based Targets

Download Your Guide to Science-Based Targets Over 400 companies globally have committed to setting science-based targets. In addition to reducing their emissions they are doing this to: Demonstrate leadership Strengthen their reputation Reduce costs Stay ahead Create opportunities Download our guide to understand the right approach to setting science-based targets.

Download the new CRC Reporting Guide 2018 Edition

Our annual CRC guide has been very popular and I am pleased to introduce our fifth guide for the 2017/18 reporting season.

It has been announced by the government that CRC is closing, with the final compliance year being 2018/19.

We have therefore decided to simplify and shorten the guide this year, to make it as user-friendly as possible in the final years of CRC reporting.

The guide includes reporting top tips and insights on what is likely to replace CRC.

We also include details on other mandatory and voluntary carbon and energy reporting frameworks, which are likely to be increasingly important in the future.

To get your copy click here

 

 

 

Response to the Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR) Consultation (summarised)

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Following on from Alison Mungall’s Blog post: What will replace the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme, and when? 

Download our summarised response to the Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR) Consultation

At the heart of the government’s proposals is the call from industry for a simplified reporting framework.

It is our view that there is currently a significant overlap in mandatory reporting frameworks. Organisations may also be reporting to voluntary reporting frameworks such as CDP, increasingly required by investors and customers.

To continue reading download our more detailed response fill in the form below.

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