The race to a net zero carbon economy by 2050 has begun – and we’re making sure small businesses aren’t left out of the big picture.
This November, the world will be watching the UK as we host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow. Leaders will unite to commit to urgent action to tackle the climate emergency we all face, from rising temperatures to fossil fuels. As the first conference since the coronavirus pandemic, the focus will be on how recovery can be fuelled by greener solutions.
As governments, cities and businesses across the globe work towards carbon neutrality and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, we’re supporting small business owners and the self-employed to understand how you can play your part and get started. Our dedicated sustainability hub will be regularly updated with the latest resources, tools and information to help your small business prepare for changes, go green and be more sustainable.
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What would help you to be a more sustainable small business? What are the common challenges you face?
Do you want to be a cleaner, greener business, but you’re not sure where to begin? Or perhaps you’ve already started your sustainability journey, but you want to know what else you could do?
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