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Setting environmental actions and targets for your business

​​​​​​​​​​Upcoming eco active business network training and events

These events are in-person and are only open to eco active business members. You must book a free ticket before the event.​​

Date and time​
Topic Booking information
Thursday 11 July 2024
3.15pm to 4.45pm
Progress update on the Carbon Neutral RoadmapBook a ticket on Eventbrite
Thursday 1 August 2024
7.30am to 8.45am
eco active business networking breakfastBook a ticket on Eventbrite

Thursday 19 September and Friday 20 September 2024
12pm to 5pm

Carbon Literacy trainingBook a ticket on Eventbrite
Thursday 19 September 2024
9.15am to 10.45am
Fairtrade for businessBook a ticket on Eventbrite
Monday 7 October 2024
12.15pm to 1.45pm
Sustainable financeBook a ticket on Eventbrite
Tuesday 5 November 2024
7.30am to 8.45am
eco active business networking breakfastBook a ticket on Eventbrite
Thursday 7 November 2024
12.15pm to 1.45pm
Understanding your businesses digital carbon footprintBook a ticket on Eventbrite
Tuesday 3 December and Wednesday 4 December 2024
9am to 2pm
Carbon Literacy trainingBook a ticket on Eventbrite
Tuesday 10 December 2024 9.15am to 10.45amSetting actions and targetsBook a ticket on Eventbrite

Why a business should set environmental actions and targets​​

Setting action plans helps businesses to:​

  • plan ahead
  • identify roles and responsibilities
  • set timescales
  • identify any financial implications
  • reflect on achievements​

Members and leaders of the eco active business network have signed up to improve the environmental performance of their businesses.  

We believe in step by step improvement, so we ask you to set and deliver at least 2 new actions per year. 

Identifying environmental actions or targets

Each year one environmental action or target​ must focus on reducing carbon emissions or energy use. The second action can be from another environmental area, for example:

  • waste
  • water
  • transport
  • biodiversity
  • procurement
  • community involvement
  • education and awareness or staff training

Environmental actions should be integrated within the business plan. This will make sure: 

  • everyone is aware of what you are doing
  • it becomes normal behaviour​
  • it is not seen as an added extra​​

The eco active business network are offered training and events to help identify and meet targets.

Eco active case studies

Biodiversity: Pollinator patch 

A local office has converted their outside area into an urban garden, with a pollinator patch and bug and bee hotels. This could be an action for any company with an outside space, or a company could sponsor a community pollinator patch.

Eco active case study for pollinator patches

Procurement: Sustainable purchasing

How renting equipment reduces waste and carbon emissions.

Eco active business case study on sustainable purchasing

Reducing the risk of negative environmental impacts

Some business activities have a negative impact on the environment. You need to understand which business activities are high risk. You can manage risks better by adding environment impacts to risk assessments. 

​It's important that your staff know what the risks are and what they need to do to meet business requirements.

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