Introducing Net Zero Community, connecting sustainability professionals to industry

Carbon accounting engine Normative has today announced the launch of a new platform designed to give decarbonising teams practical help on navigating legislative and business challenges.

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Net Zero Community already has more than 400 sign-ups, with around 30% of these based in Britain. Users will receive in-depth newsletters, have the opportunity to attend expert-led webinars and periodic in-person meetups.

The idea is that members will engage not just in learning but knowledge-sharing, empowering each other to take more impactful and effective steps to meet climate targets based around either their own corporate, social and governance policy or existing and future governmental legislation in this area. 

‘Sustainability professionals are an integrated part of business leadership today, and are responsible for a dynamic area with new technologies and legislative requirements,’ said Kristel Eismann, Head of Sustainability at Akelius Residential Property AB, one of the firms now signed up. ‘The conversations we can spark in the Normative Net-Zero Community are a crucial element to accelerate the transition to net zero.’ 

‘As the legislative and business opportunities of sustainability grow, leaders need a space to connect, learn and collaborate. We hope the Net-Zero Community will be a catalyst for unique pathways for businesses to reach net zero and create competitive advantage,’ added Maggie Buggie, COO of Normative and champion of the new community.

Those interested can find full details of how to join at the website, along with information on how the carbon accounting engine allows organisations to see their entire cliate footprint and take steps to reduce it. Membership of the Community is free, and a a peer-to-peer meetup has already been confirmed for central London on 12th September. 

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Image: Neil Thomas


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