Closing TODAY: Last chance to take edie’s Net-Zero Business Barometer

Energy, carbon and sustainability professionals across all industries are being asked to take our 10-minute "Business Barometer" survey which will be used to track the transition to net-zero in the context of 2022.

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Closing TODAY: Last chance to take edie’s Net-Zero Business Barometer

The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete. Answers are anonymous

To help keep track of the net-zero transition and assess UK Plc’s key challenges and opportunities regarding decarbonisation, edie is running a bi-annual Net-Zero Business Barometer. This 10-minute survey, developed in association with Inspired Plc, will provide edie readers with a much-needed temperature check when it comes to the pace and scale of the UK’s net-zero transition.

The survey is open to energy and carbon professionals, sustainability, CSR and environmental managers and anyone else who holds some level of responsibility for managing and/or delivering their organisation’s decabonisation strategy. It is open to professionals in all sectors and at organisations of all sizes.

It includes questions on topics such as publicising net-zero targets, prioritising funding for decarbonisation and engaging staff with climate action. Respondents are also invited to anonymously disclose information on specific challenges, priorities and opportunities they face on the net-zero journey. The survey will close on Friday 7 October.


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Comments (3)

  1. Nicola Pichel-Juan says:

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  2. Richard Dormer says:

    where is the survey??

  3. Russell Hodson says:

    We need a complete change of attitude towards how we procure and consume the planets resources. This is happening, but not fast enough. Now is not the time to cut taxes, but to actually seek more funding to support combatting the Climate Crisis

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