Carbon Neutral Event Campus
We’re proud to have taken a significant step on our journey to net zero by becoming a carbon neutral event campus.
What does this mean?
This means we are taking steps to remove from the atmosphere the amount of carbon dioxide that is emitted by our operations. Carbon neutral status is achieved by cutting down emissions as much as possible first, and then investing in schemes that preserve and restoring natural carbon sinks (forests, oceans and soils).
How did we do it?
We’ve been working with leading sustainability organisation Carbon Neutral Britain to measure our total organisational emmissions and put a carbon reduction plan in place, offsetting our carbon footprint as we go with credible, high-quality projects.
What’s next for us?
Even though we have been certified carbon neutral, this is only the first step of the journey. We are committed to achieving carbon zero by 2030, effectively reducing our emissions and the need for offsetting. We are currently finalising our roadmap and next steps towards achieving our 2030 Net Zero status.
It’s incredibly important that everyone works together to minimise the environmental impact of events and supports each other to do as much as we can. Environment, sustainability and climate action are key focuses for our Social Value Impact Plan.