Thank you to all those who took part in our study last year, we had an overwhelming response from corporate representatives wanting to be a part of policy reform and contribute their views.
The good news is that our findings are starting to build traction within the policy teams at DEFRA. As a result, DEFRA have asked us to carry out a further test examining how actual trading of emissions vs removals can be executed for carbon schemes (CO2e).
The government are looking at both policy and financial reform to support corporates actively engaging in climate impact. The government wants to know how best to support you in your climate goals.
This test aims to move away from theory and work with partners to develop a working model of direct and indirect (e.g., via biodiversity) carbon exchange.
For government, this model will deliver a set of guidelines that can promote greater engagement and investment in UK-specific carbon sequestration and storage.
We would like to invite you to take part in this ground-breaking study that will be used to help shape government policy of how best to support you on your journey towards Environmental New Zero, and protect the environment here in the UK.
Specifically, we seek to engage with corporate practitioners who are responsible for delivering net zero and sustainability schemes, projects and investments and have already / are planning to buy into carbon / biodiversity project outputs in the last / next 6-24 months.
What we would like from you: 40 minutes of your time on a Teams call to discuss your climate commitments and how the government could do more to help with the transition to Net Zero.
How we can help you: We can help you start to engage OR better explore UK Carbon and Nature based offsets in a safe, secure, government supported environment with corporate peers and industry leading experts / academics.
We are looking for as many perspectives as possible.
Please do get in touch: