Net Zero Solutions
Net Zero Solutions – Governments, businesses, and other organizations are increasingly recognizing that the physical hazards connected with climate change will continue to grow unless the world cuts greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and offsets any residual emissions with equal GHG removals from the atmosphere.
To accomplish our climate change goals, all new buildings must be net zero by 2030. This means that by 2025, all new structures must be constructed to fulfill these goals. This page outlines the operational carbon strategy that will be required to achieve zero-carbon buildings
The Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment encourages the building and construction industry to take steps to decarbonize the built environment, as well as to urge others to do so and remove impediments to implementation.
Getting your company from point A to point Z is a journey. There is no question that achieving net zero will be difficult, but with only the next decade to keep global warming to safe limits, it is a task we must all face together.
Our methodology to net zero is aimed to make the pathway more clear, as well as to assist you in mitigating risks and identifying possibilities for your company along the way. It entails both activity and return on investment.
Why Net Zero is important
To prevent catastrophic climate change, the global temperatures must not rise more than 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. We've already reached 1.1°C and are feeling the effects, indicating that the window for meeting our goal and averting the worst effects of climate change is shrinking rapidly.
Our methodology has evolved over 15 years of assisting businesses in reducing their carbon footprint and their environmental effect. GCAS helps ambitious company leaders tackle the climate problems they face to create valuable revolutionary change.
Contact us today for help with your Net Zero Solutions.