Background to Net Zero Net Zero emissions refer to achieving a balance between the amount of greenhouse gases (GHGs) emitted into the atmosphere and the amount removed from the atmosphere. It is a state where the net emissions of GHGs, primarily carbon dioxide (CO2), are effectively reduced to zero. In the context of climate change,…Read More »
Watch again! The Getting to grips with Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Reporting webinar was delivered by Groundwork’s Sustainable Business Consultant Amy Coulter in October 2022 and remains essential viewing for businesses looking to start their net zero journey.
Net Zero is a state which will only be achieved when there is a balance between greenhouse gases emitted and removed from the atmosphere by human activities.
Ahead of Net-Zero Week, which runs from 1st to 7th July, our team have been myth busting Net Zero to help you navigate the truth from the rumours.
Join our free webinar on 1st June and be guided through the process of developing a carbon reduction plan for your business.
Thornham Village Hall is a community space situated on the North Norfolk Coast. Groundwork’s Sustainability Consultants recently visited the village hall to provide advice on what the hall needed to do to take their EV charging point idea forward.
Groundwork’s Sustainability Consultants conducted an energy audit for Hadleigh Community Primary School as part of Net Zero Suffolk, identifying a number of measures which would improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.
Sustainable procurement is buying goods and services for your organisation that are good for the environment, ethically sourced, and socially responsible.
In this blog, we explore why organisations should invest time and resources into sustainable procurement.
In this blog, we explore how, by installing renewable energy sources within your business, such as solar panels or wind generators, businesses can save money and the planet at the same time.
The Getting to grips with Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Reporting Q&A webinar will explore the requirements and benefits of reporting on your greenhouse gas emissions, what you need to be including in your organisation’s ‘carbon footprint’ and where to go to for help.