Make a commitment – where to sign up for green initiatives
Many smaller businesses are taking steps to become more sustainable in their operations.
Small actions such as switching to LED lighting and green energy tariffs help.
But there's much more your smaller business can do on the journey to net zero.
You can start by exploring a range of initiatives from UK business organisations.
Following COP26Link opens in a new window, the government has revealed that 60 of the UK's FTSE100 companies have signed up to Race to ZeroLink opens in a new window – a global campaign designed to encourage organisations to be Net Zero by 2050.
You don't need to be a large corporate to get involved with making a public commitment.
Smaller businesses can sign up to publicly showcase their commitment to sustainability with UK and global environmental organisations.
Several organisations provide platforms to support smaller businesses, from pledging to achieve Net Zero to signing up to make small changes.
Signing up is usually free and can give access to tools, advice and networking with other SMEs looking to tackle climate change or address sustainability issues such as single-use plastics.
Pledging to go green and starting your sustainable journey is usually straightforward.
We've included links to a few organisations that offer the ability to sign up and commit to making a change.
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Reference to any organisation, business and event on this page does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation from the British Business Bank or the UK Government. Whilst we make reasonable efforts to keep the information on this page up to date, we do not guarantee or warrant (implied or otherwise) that it is current, accurate or complete. The information is intended for general information purposes only and does not take into account your personal situation, nor does it constitute legal, financial, tax or other professional advice. You should always consider whether the information is applicable to your particular circumstances and, where appropriate, seek professional or specialist advice or support.
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