In order to meet the challenge of keeping the average global temperature rise to 1.5 to 2.0 degree Centigrade as agreed as a must achieve target for all nations in the Paris Agreement to avoid climate disaster, we must all participate in decarbonising how we live, work and make things and get to net zero as quickly as practical.
In November 2021, the UK government will be hosting the 26th United Nation Climate Change Conference in Glasgow. COP 26 opens a platform to discover and invest in better delivery systems for cleaner and greener energy, and commitment to caring for the environment. This will be the first review of the Paris Agreement and where countries will be given opportunities to set out more ambitious goals to minimise or end their contribution to the rising climate problem under the Paris Agreement.
The UK government is finalising approval of legislation with ambitious targets of 68% reduction in GHG emission by 2030 and 78% reduction in GHG emissions by 2035. To achieve these ambitious targets to avoid a climate disaster, we must aim to get to zero carbon emission as quickly as possible. In order to do this, we need to deploy energy efficiency measures where possible, implement renewable energy sources and must develop and implement breakthrough and innovative technologies to decarbonise how we live, work and make things. The UK organisations, therefore, carry an important and urgent responsibility to help avert a climate disaster by developing and implementing net-zero strategies as quickly as possible.
At Pro Enviro we use a number of innovative processes and online tools to develop your tailored net-zero carbon strategy. These include but is not limited to: