What is Net Zero?
Simply put, according to the IPCC, Net Zero emissions are achieved when the amount of greenhouse gases emitted into the atmosphere by human activities is balanced by removing the same amount through human endeavour over a specified period.
Key Principles of Circularity
Anthesis supports clients in delivering services that align with these three circular principles from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation:
- Design out waste and pollution
- Keep products and materials in use
- Regenerate natural systems
Reaching Net Zero: Enabling a Circular Scope 3
Thurs, 15 July 2021 | 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm BST
Anthesis hosted this webinar to demonstrate how to reach Net Zero by enabling a circular scope 3.
Cutting operational carbon and buying carbon offsets alone is not enough to reach Net Zero. We need to take action on material resources – the ‘stuff’ of life: how much we use, how it’s made, what it’s made of, how we use it and dispose of it. We need circular economy.
And circular economy has other benefits, too: not only in meeting our waste goals and protecting against resource shortages on a limited planet with a growing population, but also transitioning to a circular economy can bring £billions to the economy, enhancing business efficiency, and stimulating innovation, as well as helping to tackle social injustice and create a fairer society.
To learn more about Net Zero and Circularity, check out the links below:
- How to Achieve Net Zero
- How to Set Science Based Targets
- What are Scope 1, 2 and 3 Emissions?
- Understanding Circularity
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