Case study: Saving water at The Eden Project
The Eden Project, an educational charity, connects us with each other and the living world, exploring how we can work towards a better future. In 2016-17 The Eden Project reduced its emissions relating to water consumption by a staggering 17% To find out how download this free case study.
When most of us think of slowing global warming, we think of reducing car exhaust and power plant emissions –limiting activities that involve combusting fossil fuels. But we rarely draw the connection between the production of energy and water.
The Eden Project has been reporting on its carbon footprint since 2005, and joined The Planet Mark™certification programme in 2013.
This case study explores the initiative The Eden Project put in place to reduce its water-related emissions by 17% in 2016-17. To download it, just click the image below: