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Net Zero – what does it mean for SME business?

15 July 2021 12pm

The clock is ticking for all businesses to meet the Paris Agreement Targets.

We need to halve global greenhouse gas emissions BEFORE 2030 and reach net zero by 2050 at the latest (even this is arguably too late).

This interactive webinar will introduce you to some startling facts but more importantly what we can all do – starting small but together making a big difference. Some definitions, easy-to-use tools, methods, and explanations such as scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions and why they are all important to measure.

It’s a must-attend session if you want to understand more about climate change and the accompanying ecological emergency and how you as an individual, business owner, or employee can help the UK in the Race to Zero.

The webinar will be lead by Fran Ellington, Business Development and ESG Director at Triple Bottom Line Accountants.

Fran will cover

-what is meant by terms such as Net Zero, Zero emissions, Carbon Neutral, CO2 and CO2e

-which greenhouse gases are the worst for global warming and why.

-how to measure your own emissions or seek help from a growing number of CO2e emission consultants.

-how to make a climate commitment with actionable targets for reducing emissions each year between now and 2030.

Takeaways

Some useful links and resources and hopefully replacing any “climate anxiety” with a plan of action and some cautious optimism.

About Fran

Jan joined Triple Bottom Line Accounting in 2019 after retiring from a career in teaching secondary level history. She wanted to steer the company towards a new accounting method that really does measure the Triple Bottom Line – People, Planet as well as Profit. Her roles include human resources management, ESG, onboarding new clients, marketing, and social media. She enjoys networking with the local business community and groups who share or are interested in her social and environmental principles. In 2020 she developed the TBLA Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) impact narrative service. As part of the process, she has carried out an impact analysis of the TBLA social and governance profile and a whole company carbon calculation with accompanying improvements, target setting, a carbon reduction action plan, and an evolving impact narrative.

Norfolk Network Event Registration

Online bookings are not available for this event.