HURST to help clients achieve net zero
HURST is set to organize an enlightening seminar titled "Achieving Net Zero – Where Should We Begin?" The event, aimed at influential decision makers, will be held at The Energy Centre near Blackburn later this year. Attendees will gain valuable insights into the critical topic of achieving net zero and receive guidance on sustainable practices.
The seminar, run in partnership with Businesswise Solutions, will address the increasing need for organizations to understand and implement net zero strategies. With climate change becoming a pressing global issue, companies are recognizing the importance of environmental sustainability and corporate social responsibility. The event will shed light on the meaning of "net zero" and its significance in terms of striking a balance between greenhouse gas emissions and removal or offsetting, ultimately resulting in a carbon-neutral footprint.
Key topics to be covered during the seminar include the driving factors behind the pursuit of net zero. Participants will explore the growing global awareness of climate change and the potential economic benefits associated with sustainable practices. Additionally, the concept of emission scopes will be discussed in detail, with a focus on how scopes 1, 2, and 3 contribute to a company's overall carbon footprint. Attendees will gain insights into the sources of emissions and effective strategies for their reduction.
The seminar will also delve into the necessary steps organizations must take to achieve net zero. Strategies for reducing emissions, transitioning to renewable energy sources, implementing energy-efficient technologies, and engaging in sustainable supply chain management will be explored. Furthermore, the importance of tracking and measuring progress will be emphasized to help participants assess their organization's current position and establish realistic goals for the future.
"This seminar is designed to equip influential decision makers in larger organizations with the knowledge and tools they need to drive their companies toward net zero," said Simon Brownbill, a representative of HURST Accountants. "By attending, participants will gain a solid foundation in core concepts, understand the driving forces behind sustainability, appreciate the significance of emission scopes, and learn practical steps to achieve net zero".
"We invite everyone to join us for this engaging and informative event that will empower them to take decisive action in shaping a sustainable future for their organizations and the planet."
The seminar promises to be an invaluable opportunity for decision makers looking to make a positive environmental impact and align their organizations with sustainable practices. Interested individuals and organizations are encouraged to check the HURST website for further details which will be released shortly.