Why should we commit to Race To Zero?
1) GAIN A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
Supply chain leaders, investors, shareholders, consumers and employees are increasingly looking to business to adopt ambitious climate-related targets, with many supply chain leaders now formalising and requesting credentials for climate action in their procurement policies. Stay ahead of the curve.
2) MANAGE BUSINESS RISK
Left unchecked, climate change represents material risk to business cash flow and economic growth, by increasing operating costs, limiting resource availability, causing shifts in demand, disrupting supply chains and forcing business closures. Prepare for tomorrow today.
3) IMPROVE EFFICIENCY, REDUCE COSTS
Businesses that look to use and manage resources more efficiently can tangibly reduce their operating costs and increase profitability, while improving business preparedness. Begin to take steps today that are good for your business and the climate.
4) ENHANCE ACCESS TO CAPITAL AND AFFORDABLE INSURANCE
Investors and insurers are increasingly linking business exposure from natural disasters with climate change. Take steps to keep your insurance fees affordable and secure your loan, grant and investment worthiness.
5) GROW YOUR BUSINESS AND YOUR BRAND
There is a growing global network of like-minded businesses seeking to improve themselves, their community and the planet. Being part of this network offers far reaching collaborative and commercial opportunities to grow your business and be a leading brand, as market trends shift to a low-carbon economy. Be the head and not the tail.
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I’m Jon Mullen The Energy Evangelist. Come and find out how to #SaveEnergySaveMoney at EnergyEvangelist.co.uk