The case for zero carbon

Wednesday 27th November 2019
13:00  -  13:30

Theatre :  Sustainability and Climate Change 

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What does being a zero-carbon business actually look like and what are the drivers and challenges businesses are likely to face on the road to achieving a zero-carbon status?

This session will talk about the standards and accreditations that can be achieved and how organisations can develop a roadmap for their transition to carbon neutrality.

Richard Sulley EngieRichard Sulley Senior Energy & Sustainability Manager
ENGIE

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