Going net-zero is the new gold standard for organizations’ sustainability plans. But reaching net-zero carbon emissions has varying definitions and the roadmaps to get there range greatly. In this digital event, Futerra will share the latest findings on what net-zero is, how companies can speak to this new standard in a unique way, and the key decisions required to become net zero.
Futerra’s Co-Founder Solitaire Townsend will facilitate the event and she will be joined by Yath Gangakumaran, Director of Strategy and Business Development of Formula 1, and Fiona Ball, Director at The Bigger Picture at Sky, to discuss their organizations’ commitment to net-zero.
In December 2019, Formula 1 announced an ambitious sustainability plan to have a net-zero carbon footprint by 2030. This initiative will cover the Formula 1 cars and on-track activity and the rest of the operations as a sport.
Sky has been carbon neutral since 2006 but they have now announced a commitment to be net zero by 2030. To achieve that, they will cut the carbon emissions created by their business, their suppliers across the world and by the use of their tech products, by at least 50%. For anything beyond that, they will plant trees, mangroves and seagrass to absorb what cannot yet be reduced.
Futerra is working with clients from various industries on their sustainability targets and commitments, helping them to identify how to own their commitment in a way that is unique to their business.
Join us on April 2 at 11amEST/4pmGMT by registering here: https://bit.ly/futerranetzero
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