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Carbon Neutral - Road Map to Net Zero
Carbon Neutral Road to Net Zero
The Fee for each course includes:
  • All written materials
  • lunch and refreshments for the live event.
The Fee for the virtual online event option is: £395 + VAT
Members rate: £345 + VAT, Applies for previous delegates/organisations, IOSH, IIRSM, NEBOSH, IWFM, IEMA Members.
Cost: £495.00 Exc VAT
Members Rate: £445.00 Exc VAT

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Product Code: CNZ


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Virtual On-Line Course:
These courses are run using the Zoom platform as an interactive course just as our live courses would be. We have had great feedback over the last year from delegates on these courses.

This course will introduce you to the key fundamentals of achieving a carbon net zero organisation and is aimed at organisations that are at the beginning of their carbon net zero journey, or organisations that would like to start calculating and managing their emissions in-house.

The one-day programme addresses the key elements of:
  • Understanding the carbon jargon
  • Understand why carbon reduction for businesses is important and why it’s not going away
  • Work out what you need to do to meet your stakeholder requirements
  • Monitor, measure, document and report on what you are doing to reduce your carbon emissions
  • Set objectives, targets and action planning
  • Implementing a Carbon Reduction Initiative

All businesses should start calculating their own carbon footprints and start making the necessary improvements to reduce their emissions; many large organisations are now required to do so through the Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) requirements and procurement requirements. It is vital that all businesses reduce their carbon emissions through changing behaviours, engaging in low carbon activities, and start choosing low carbon technologies or products – and it makes great business sense to do so, especially as many low carbon activities come with significant cost savings and favourable payback periods.

The course is essential for those who are directly involved in delivering an organisation’s environmental and sustainability responsibilities.

Who should attend?
  • Anyone that has been tasked with carbon reduction, reporting, data submission or project management.
  • Environmental and HSE Managers
  • Facilities Managers or Operations Managers
  • Finance or Procurement Managers

On completion of the course, attendees will:
  • Understand the jargon and drivers related to carbon net zero
  • Be able to analyse the data you have to produce a carbon footprint report
  • Be better able to demonstrate your organisation’s commitment to climate action
  • Put a plan in place for carbon reduction
  • Improve your organisation’s ability to respond to stakeholder enquiries on carbon reduction
Extra Information
  • A step by step guide for assessing a carbon neutral organisation:
    Assessing an organization's carbon neutrality can be a complex process, but with the right approach, it can help ensure that an organization is taking meaningful action to address its carbon footprint. Here is a step-by-step guide for assessing a carbon neutral organization:

    Gather data: The first step in assessing a carbon neutral organization is to gather data on its energy consumption, emissions, and other relevant metrics. This may include data on electricity and gas use, transportation, waste, and water consumption. Organizations may also need to gather data on emissions from its supply chain, including emissions from its suppliers, products, and services.

    Calculate the carbon footprint: Once the data has been gathered, the next step is to calculate the organization's carbon footprint. This will involve using the data to estimate the organization's total emissions of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide.

    Develop a reduction plan: With the carbon footprint calculated, the organization can then develop a plan to reduce its emissions. This may involve implementing energy-efficient technologies, shifting to renewable energy sources, reducing waste, and making other changes to reduce emissions.

    Offset remaining emissions: Even after implementing emissions reduction measures, some emissions will likely remain. To become carbon neutral, organizations will need to offset these remaining emissions through the purchase of carbon offsets.

    Monitor and report: To ensure that the organization is on track to meet its carbon neutrality goals, it is important to monitor its progress and report on its emissions and other relevant metrics. This may involve tracking emissions over time, conducting periodic assessments of its carbon footprint, and reporting on its progress to stakeholders.

    Continuously improve: Finally, it is important for organizations to continuously improve their carbon neutrality efforts over time. This may involve regular updates to their reduction and offset plans, adoption of new technologies, and ongoing engagement with stakeholders to build support for their carbon neutrality goals.

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