Net-zero noise is getting louder and louder. Companies are making big commitments to reach net zero, but is the term so overused that it’s lost its meaning? When it comes to corporate climate plans, the devil is in the details. Before joining the chorus of commitments it’s important that companies take a step back to truly fix objectives that maximize their impacts — net zero or otherwise.
In our “Ask a climate expert” series, Charlotte Bande addresses the pressing questions facing businesses. In this edition, she walks us through several steps every company should take before they declare a net-zero goal.
Want to make sure your climate commitment checks all the boxes? Reach out to Charlotte for insights.
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