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5th Carbon Budget approved by UK Government

News – Thursday, June 30th, 2016
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The UK Government has approved the 5th carbon budget endorsing the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) proposal to limit emissions to 57% lower than 1990 levels between 2028 and 2032 at 1,725MtCO2e.

Under the Climate Change Act 2008 (CC Act) it is the duty of the Secretary of State to ensure that...



OUR SUCCESSES – client case studies

Case study – Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016
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From 2008/09 – 2014/15 CCCA have helped Camden businesses save over 27,700 tonnes of carbon equating to over £5 million in savings, and we continue to work together to make reductions. One of most recent client case studies is our Premium Member Sheppard Robson

Case study: Sheppard Robson



CCCA member achieves Carbon Trust certification

News – Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016
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CCCA member University College London Hospitals (UCLH) have scored top marks for successfully reducing its carbon footprint by more than 18 per cent in the past two years: an achievement that means they are first in the healthcare sector league table in the Carbon Trust awards. They were also...



Carbon reporting – 2016 conversion factors released

News – Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016
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This month DECC released carbon conversion factors for 2016, read on for a brief background and the main changes.

Reporting benefits

Reporting your organisation’s environmental performance can lower costs, improve understanding of exposure to climate change risks and demonstrates leadership...



How to switch to 100% renewable power – Act today!

Blog, Guest Blog – Wednesday, June 8th, 2016
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Our first guest blog has been written by friend of the CCCA, Paul Gehres, a carbon professional with over 7 years of experience working on climate and sustainability issues for companies. Paul has summed up nicely how to take action on your carbon footprint by simply purchasing renewable energy....



London Metropolitan number one in carbon reduction with LED project

News – Thursday, May 26th, 2016
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According to edie, London Metropolitan University has been named as England’s number one university for carbon reduction, after using a new LED light installation as part of a wider scheme that has seen carbon emissions slashed by 47%.

The lighting upgrade at the Holloway Road campus in...



Save money and cut carbon with freight consolidation

News – Wednesday, January 13th, 2016
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Islington, Camden and Enfield’s highly successful Freight Consolidation Service (FCS) is now open to businesses in the boroughs looking to save money, reduce site traffic, cut carbon emissions and improve air pollution.

How does it work?

The DHL operated Freight Consolidation Service warehouse...



COP21 Paris: what happened

Blog – Thursday, December 17th, 2015
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More than 190 nations gathered at the 21stConference of Parties (COP21) in Paris earlier this month to agree global measures to reduce emissions and mitigate dangerous and irreversible climate change which scientists warn would be associated with an increase in temperatures of over 2°C on...



Beck Greener achieves carbon and cost savings

News – Wednesday, July 29th, 2015
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Beck Greener is a firm of patent attorneys, trade mark attorneys, design attorneys and intellectual property (IP) litigators. They are also CCCA members. Over the past few years they have taken big steps to reduce their environmental impact.

In order to improve the firm’s waste management and...