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Carbon Footprint Reports

For certain categories of UK organisations, carbon reporting, net zero migration planning, and eventual net zero status are now mandated by law. There are many providers of carbon footprint reports (CFR), often with a convincing sales pitch and testimonials. LCCI Member Auditel, explains the ways in which they differ and why all CFRs are not created equal.

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4 steps to action – a free course for SMEs in the City of London

LCCI Member, Heart of the City, is providing a free online course for all micro, small and medium businesses that are based – or have significant operations – in the City of London, to help them reduce their carbon footprint and get to net zero. The course is fully-funded by the City of London Corporation, and is part of their strategy to reach net zero by 2040.

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Sustainability for SMEs Podcast

We’re delighted to share Advanced UK’s podcast on sustainability within business, featuring three of LCCI’s Environment, Sustainability and Green Growth Committee Members. Joe Gallagher of Advanced UK, Maggie Berry of Heart of the City and Mark Jenkinson of Crystal Associates discuss the challenges and opportunities for SMEs to embrace and help make a significant impact with sustainability.

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Making sustainability a reality

LCCI Patron Member CIBC, are committed to making sustainability a reality for their clients and the communities they serve. CIBC have built a market-leading Renewables franchise to provide their clients with expert advice, capital and access to capital markets.

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The Warren – from farm to fork: renewable energy

Deri Reed opened The Warren in 2016 with sustainable and ethical goals in mind, and with the need lead by example and looked into switching to green energy.

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Behind the scenes at Canada Water

LCCI Members recently went behind the scenes at Canada Water to hear how LCCI Patron Member British Land is creating the most sustainable town centre in the UK – a joint venue with AustralianSuper and in partnership with Southwark Council.

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Virgin Money - Banking on green gas to cut carbon

Virgin Money's latest ambition is to make a difference in banking and beyond. When they wanted to switch to green gas, finding a traceable product was key, so in 2021 the chose SSE Green Gas Plus. ESGG's Programme Partner SSE explains how Virgin Money are could do the switch to green gas.

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