Where could your business be in 2030 if you start your net zero journey today?

Businesses everywhere are turning to sustainable solutions to reduce costs, boost productivity, and stay competitive.

Over 94% of smaller businesses have taken at least one action to reduce emissions, but, with so many options, knowing what sustainability changes are right for your business can be tough.

We’re here to help you navigate the path to sustainability, unlocking the benefits for a greener, more profitable future.

So, what could your business look like on the path to net zero?

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Turning black coffee green

Did you know that the UK drinks 98 million cups of coffee per day?

A lot of that comes from coffee shops up and down the high street.

Take our video tour of a coffee shop becoming more sustainable, boosting growth and profitability for ideas to help your business’ transition to net zero.

More tips for hospitality businesses

Making UK manufacturing more sustainable

Employing over 2.7 million people, UK manufacturers accounted for 16% of the total emissions the UK produced in 2019.

To keep to our climate commitments, we need emissions to fall by around two thirds by 2035.

From making use of alternative fuels to using heat from machinery to warm your warehouse, learn how to make your manufacturing business more sustainable.

More tips for manufacturers

Making your office carbon-neutral

Despite the popularity of working from home, 64% of the UK workforce still work from an office.

From changing the lighting to eliminating paper wastage, reducing your office’s carbon footprint can help boost your company’s reputation amongst your staff and customers.

Watch our video to learn more.

More tips for office-based businesses

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