We have an ambitious target to achieve net-zero carbon across the borough by 2030. We can’t do it without your help.
That’s why we’re looking for climate pioneers from local businesses, groups and organisations to join the H&F Climate Alliance to influence change in your operations, supply chains and develop solutions to your climate challenges.
H&F Climate Alliance
Our aim is to bring together organisations from across the borough to work towards net zero, coordinate actions to reduce emissions, and work together on projects and initiatives.
Whether you’re a small business, big business, community organisation, building manager or facilities team, we want to support you to take action.
What we offer
Joining the alliance is free for any organisation in the borough and can include the following:
- providing organisations access to a carbon tracking app to collate, measure, track and report on the carbon emissions across your organisation
- training opportunities to empower you with the right knowledge on what actions you can take that will have a positive impact on your emission reduction
- opportunities to share good practice
- linking you up with local projects.
What’s in it for you?
By becoming a member, you will help achieve your carbon reduction objectives as well as:
- raise your profile as a sustainable organisation
- identify potential cost savings
- access expert support, advice and training
- connect with organisations in the borough committed to tackling climate change
- engage in partnerships with likeminded organisations
- recognition through bespoke certification scheme.
Why we need you
We want to encourage change across different sectors of our community, recognising that in order to achieve net zero, we need to work together to create inclusive and sustainable communities.
Want to become a climate pioneer? Sign up and we’ll follow up with a call.
Read more to find out what else we’re doing to tackle the climate and ecological emergency in H&F.
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