Environmental guidance for your business in Northern Ireland & Scotland

Cutting your carbon emissions

Towards net zero carbon emissions

Some businesses, particularly those that are energy-intensive, have legal requirements to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, put in place as a result of the UK's commitment to the Kyoto Protocol and in alignment with the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement.

Action by other businesses is also essential if we are to meet our commitment to achieve net zero carbon emissions in the next 25-30 years. In Scotland, 2045 is the target year by when net-zero emissions of all greenhouse gases are to be reached.

All businesses can make changes that will make a difference, such as using less energy or swapping company cars for greener models. It may bring you business benefits too, including cost savings and tax breaks.

 

Additional resources

       

Video Case Study: How to Reduce Carbon Emissions From Your Business

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