Achieving net zero – a review of evidence behind potential carbon offsetting approaches

The Environment Agency aims to become a net zero carbon organisation by 2030. This includes reducing emissions by 45%, and using best practice carbon offsetting techniques to address remaining emissions.

To help achieve this target, we recently published an evidence base which will help shape the Environment Agency’s corporate carbon offsetting strategy.

We have set up webinar sessions for users to hear more about the evidence project and how the Environment Agency plans to take this work forward. These will be targeted at specific audiences.

Click on the relevant link to book your place:

See the evidence base, which includes a literature review and summary infographic

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