Companies bidding for government contracts now need zero carbon strategy
In September, it was announced that any companies wishing to bid for government contracts worth over £5 m a year must have a 2050 net zero strategy.
The move is a global first to put this condition in place and it’s thought the change will motivate more businesses to take action in reducing their impact on the environment.
“The message to businesses is clear – engaging on net zero is no longer an option but a necessity from today, with businesses large and small now needing firm climate plans and commitments in place to supply major government contracts.”Andrew Griffith, UK Net Zero Business COP Champion
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