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Tue, 24 Jan


Next to Wagamama. Angel Central

Carbon Counting for SMEs

Measure and reduce your business's carbon footprint.

Carbon Counting for SMEs
Carbon Counting for SMEs

Time & Location

24 Jan 2023, 18:00 – 21:00

Next to Wagamama. Angel Central, Islington. Nearest tube: Angel (5 minutes)

About the event

Make a real difference to the planet, to your customers and  to your running costs by measuring and reducing your business’s carbon  footprint with a circular business model.

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Ninety percent  of businesses in the UK are SMEs and yet, few are measuring and reducing  their carbon footprint. Large companies are now required to report  their scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions which will ultimately impact SMEs’ own  reporting requirements and reduction strategies.

In addition, it  is critical to integrate circularity into business models in order to  reverse the biodiversity loss that linear businesses have created. We  need to take action now.

Full-Circle's workshop for SMEs will  teach you how to measure your business’s carbon footprint, using carbon  management software, and implement your circular reduction strategy.

The workshop will cover the following topics

1.  What are you doing to reduce your footprint, if anything? We identify  and discuss the pros and cons of measuring your business footprint.

2. What is scope 1, 2 and 3 (ie: supply chain)and can you identify yours?

3. How to calculate emissions via carbon management software and what to do with the results.

4. Introduction to the concept of the circular economy and how it applies to you.

5. Reduce your carbon footprint with a circular business model

About Full Circle. Full  Circle was founded by climate and biodiversity activist Ingrid  Dessauvages to teach, train and educate for long-lasting impact. Carbon  management, emissions reduction strategies, circular business models and  climate education workshops are tailored and designed for London and  Paris-based businesses and individuals.

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