edie launches new business guide on net-zero strategies

Organisations looking to understand the various issues surrounding the hot topic of net-zero and how the trend could be impacted by the energy crisis, new legislation and current frameworks and standards, now have access to a crucial new edie Explains guide, which breaks down everything you need-to-know on the topic.


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edie launches new business guide on net-zero strategies

The guide is free to download for edie users

The new business guide, produced in association with edie’s supporting partner South Pole, has been updated at the start of 2022 to account for new developments in regards to COP26 and the Glasgow Climate Pact, impending climate legislation in the UK, the swelling energy crisis and new frameworks for net-zero corporates.

Net-zero is a long-term ambition and required immediate and continuous action. As such, this report provides an in-depth summary of net-zero and the various pathways, as well as how businesses can apply the principles, as well as the potential ever-shifting policy landscape that could impact the concept and how companies can respond.

——READ THE EXPLAINS GUIDE HERE—–

The guide explores net-zero corporate strategies through the lens of current and impending UK legislation, as well as global frameworks and movements, such as Race to Zero, and how these are impacting and spurring progress to decarbonise.

From the types of decarbonisation targets a business can set, to whether a business should be looking to go beyond net-zero with their efforts, this new free-to-download guide has everything a business needs to either start their net-zero journey or complement an assisting strategy.

This free edie Explains guide gives you everything you need to know, whatever your relationship to net-zero and target setting.

 

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