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Our Guide To: The Gold Standard

An industry-leading certification programme, the Gold Standard is relied upon to provide verification for carbon offset projects.  What are carbon offsets? In the simplest terms, carbon offsets are reductions in carbon dioxide or alternative greenhouse gas emissions. Carbon offsets represent a way for organisations to

Reds10

An interview with Reds10

Conversations with our clients – Reds10 Modular construction company, Reds10, have recently partnered with Plannet Zero to reach operational carbon neutrality through the One Two Zero programme. Click here to find out more about One Two Zero.  Reds10 provide clients with a full turnkey service

Net zero

What is the mandate for ‘net zero’?

Countries across the world are in the process of making huge commitments to the attainment of ‘net zero’ emissions. These changes are in response to the increasing challenge of climate change, however, experts are concerned that simply reducing carbon emissions will not be enough to

6 reasons why your SME needs to consider carbon offsetting seriously

Corporate sustainability is no longer just the “responsible approach” but rather the path to financial resilience.  Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) legislation, along with carbon offsetting, have brought significant benefits to large corporations, including cost reduction and improved brand image. Today, the legislation does

The different the types of carbon credits

What are carbon credits?

Carbon credits, also known as carbon offsets, enable companies to compensate for their current carbon footprint, after first having reduced their emissions through changes to processes and investment in renewable and sustainable energy. The greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions produced through operations and product production are

Environmental Sustainability

The benefits of environmental sustainability for business

What Is Environmental Sustainability? The most widely known definition of sustainability is the one declared by Investopedia which states: ‘The concept of sustainability is composed of three pillars: economic, environmental, and social—also known informally as profits, planet, and people.’ This definition was created for the

Implementing a sustainable business strategy

Why A Sustainable Business Strategy Is Important With ever-increasing expectations of corporate responsibility and transparency from employees and consumers alike, companies across almost every industry are recognising a need to implement more sustainable practices. During this period of change, clear and accurate communication is crucial