Leading the way to Net Zero via Climate HubLaurence Adams
Crystal Doors has joined businesses, governments, cities and regions around the world in pushing for net zero emissions by 2050 by joining the SME Climate Hub network.
The SME Climate Hub is open to any SME that commits to cutting its carbon emissions by half by 2030 and reaching full net zero by 2050. It is also the official route to becoming a formal member of Race to Zero, the UN’s flagship campaign in the lead up to the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow later this year.
Crystal Doors is cementing its place as one of the leading SMEs on climate action by moving even faster, with a goal of achieving net zero across our entire supply chain by the start of the COP26 in November.
Crystal Doors’ Managing Director, Richard Hagan, says:
The world is facing catastrophic climate change and environmental collapse unless we completely alter our current course. We have only a handful of years left to do it, so every business, everywhere, needs to stand up and be counted.
Crystal Doors is already part of Race to Zero as a signatory of Pledge to Net Zero, but it was important for us to join the SME Climate Hub as well to show that we really mean business when it comes to climate action in the lead up to COP26.
I strongly recommend all of the SMEs in our network commit to net zero via SME Climate Hub. It provides useful tools and resources to help you measure your emissions, set targets and track your progress. This year, we are ending any working relationships with customers or suppliers who have not made a pledge and/or cannot demonstrate progress on reducing their environmental impact, so I’m calling on all of our SME partners to join.
I will also be doing my bit by providing advice and guidance through webinars, supporting other organisations directly and sharing knowledge via our Carbon Neutral Hub, which shows how we are achieving net zero ourselves.
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