The Government’s Net Zero Strategy: Build Back Greener sets out policies and proposals for decarbonising all sectors of the UK economy to meet its Net Zero target by 2050.
The strategy has been cascaded down through the public sectors, including the NHS and County Councils, to address the issue of climate change and the reduction of carbon outputs internally and through their supply chain.
Public sector procurement policies now seek evidence of Carbon Reduction Plans (CRP) and Net Zero Targets of those organisations wishing to secure contracts through them.
In a recent survey conducted by Colchester Institute, 68% of companies stated that they had a sustainability policy, of which 35% stated they needed training in developing and implementing clear strategies by which they can set targets and measure outcomes.
‘Sustainability, Carbon Literacy, and how to plan for Net Zero’ has been designed to assist organisations wishing to start their own green journey alongside those needing to build on work already in progress.
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