The Opportunity in Carbon Neutrality

Posted by Meriem Belhamra on 19-Jun-2018 13:45:38


Since COP21 and the adoption of the Paris Agreement, a growing number of nations and businesses have pledged to take action on climate change and made a commitment to a common goal: carbon neutrality.

What does carbon neutrality really mean to your business and why should you consider a carbon neutral commitment?

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Topics: Climate neutral, Sustainable Development Goals, Carbon management, Climate Change, paris agreement, Carbon Offsetting, energy efficiency

Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) 2017 - What you need to know

Posted by Gavin Tivey on 04-Apr-2017 15:11:13

Spring has arrived so it is time for Carbon Clear’s latest update on the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) scheme.

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Topics: Carbon management, energy management, carbon

How do I futureproof my business for sustainable, long-term value?

Posted by Mark Chadwick on 11-Aug-2016 15:17:16

The climate is changing, and will continue to change, as a result of increasing greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Regardless of how quickly we reduce our emissions, a certain amount of change is now inevitable, and there will be implications for society and the businesses that serve it. Clearly, the faster we can cut emissions the lower the impact will be, but we’re now in an era of balancing action to mitigate our emissions with our plans to adapt to changes that are around the corner. 

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Topics: Carbon management, carbon, businesses, Climate Change

Moving towards a low carbon energy sector: what does the future hold?

Posted by Rachel Hunter on 29-Feb-2016 15:07:42

The International Energy Association (IEA) released its latest World Energy Outlook this week. The report provides clear evidence of the ongoing changes in the global energy markets - with a predicted increase in the energy mix from low carbon and renewable technologies.

It also highlights that more will need to be done. In particular, negotiations at the Paris climate conference (COP 21) in December need to focus on building the policy and regulatory conditions to help move towards a low carbon energy sector.

The report is particularly timely as the World Meteorological Organization also announced this week that concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have reached 400 parts per million, a record high for the 30th year in a row.

We know that to limit increases in atmospheric CO2 we need to limit burning fossil fuels. This will be supported by an increase in the development of renewable energy generation. But global energy demand is also predicted to increase (grow by one-third to 2040). With this in mind, what are the key findings of the IEA’s report?

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Topics: Carbon management, International Energy Association, World Energy Outlook

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