ENGAGE YOUR STAKEHOLDERS

Our engagement team help motivate stakeholders to change behaviour, innovate and take ownership of solutions.

ENGAGE YOUR STAKEHOLDERS

Start Your Sustainability Programme With Full Stakeholder Engagement

EMPOWER YOUR STAKEHOLDERS

Sustainable Engagement

Engaging your employees, customers, suppliers and investors in your sustainable business programme is key to delivering change quickly and effectively. 

Our engagement workshops are custom designed to suit the needs of your business. From short online sessions to help you understand your carbon footprint report to all day, full stakeholder engagement workshops our team help your sustainability programme get off to a great start. 

CARBON FOOTPRINT WORKSHOP

Understand Your Emissions

Understanding your carbon footprint is critical, especially if you need to share the information with your key stakeholders. 

We can deliver short, informative, engaging workshops to your sustainability team, leadership team or broader stakeholders to ensure that everyone understands the fabric of your carbon footprint. 

CARBON LITERACY TRAINING

Invest In The Future

Carbon Literate employees understand how climate change will affect them and your organisation. They will also acquire the knowledge and skills to lower their carbon footprint at home and work.

A carbon literate organisation will typically experience a decrease in energy and resource consumption. They also benefit from an improved organisational reputation, happier staff, a healthier working environment and reduced commercial risk.

SUPPLY CHAIN ENGAGEMENT

Understand Your Emissions

Signposting your intent to green your value chain and getting your suppliers on board with your sustainability is critical for businesses with high levels of scope three emissions. 

We bring your supply chain on a journey without the nasty surprises and impossible deadlines. 

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How to Comply with PPN 06/21

Inn June 2021 the UK Government announced Public Procurement Notice 06/21 (PPN06/21), requiring all companies and organisations who apply for central government contracts would need to demonstrate their alignment with the governments 2050 Net Zero goals.

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What is Net Zero Carbon?

You can hardly turn on the TV without hearing the term net zero, or more accurately,net zero carbon, but what exactly does it mean? Simply put, net zero carbon refers to the balance between the amount of greenhouse gas produced and the amount removed from the atmosphere. We reach net zero carbon when the amount we add is no more than the amount taken away. But how do we achieve this and why does it matter?

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