CCCA members have once again shown their commitment to reducing their carbon emission. In 2018, 89% of Alliance members who reported their energy data, reduced their carbon emissions by an average of 19%. This contributes towards the 40% borough-wide reduction in carbon emissions.
Rajnika Hirani, CCCA board member and Head of Sustainability and Business at The Francis Crick Institute said: “Working in partnership was one of the focus of our work in 2018 as we continued to expand the range of support to address wider sustainability challenges. These include air quality and waste reduction that have become top priorities not only for business but for third sector organisations and schools across the borough. Going forward we are developing new strategies to expand our reach while contributing to tackling borough priorities. We are doing this by enhancing our online information platform and piloting new approaches that enable us to deliver effective and efficient support to schools and the third sector, including our new Corporate Social Responsibility matching service and sponsorship initiative.”
Find out more about our achievements in 2018 and plans for 2019 in our recently published annual report.
Hard copies of the report are available on request. Contact us if you would like to receive one in the post.