Ready to reduce your carbon footprint?

The science has never been clearer, now is the time to commit to net zero carbon and put sustainability at the heart of your decision making.

The task at hand is huge and moving forward can feel overwhelming, especially when you are starting out on your carbon reduction journey. But you're not alone. We’ve put together three simple steps that can help you get off to the right start.

1. Take stock and review your current position

To move forward, it’s important to take stock of your current position, any goals you may or may not have and any initiatives you already have in place. Our free Net Zero Carbon Progress Check can help you do just that.

It takes just five minutes to complete and can point you in the right direction.

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2. Set up for success

Putting a strategic plan in place is key to shaping direction and establishing priorities. It will align your workforce with your goals and ensure that everyone is working together to achieve your low carbon ambitions. But, where do you begin?

Our Director for Sustainability, Alex Mozaffari looks at how to put the right strategy in place.

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3. Set science-based targets

At the heart of your strategy, you will need targets to work towards. And importantly, these targets must be enough to make a difference. Science-based targets will ensure your efforts tackle climate change and that your strategy is the right level of ambitious.

But what are science-based targets and why should you focus on them? 

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Net zero made easy

Your carbon footprint might be complex, but your journey to net zero doesn’t have to be.

With RPS, you will work in partnership with a trusted advisor – your carbon champion – to give you confidence at every stage.

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Dan Smyth

Senior Director +44 (0) 1273 546 800 EMAIL
Brighton | UK
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Tanya Lloyd Jones

Technical Director +44 (0) 1235 432 190 EMAIL
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Abingdon | UK

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