We’re pleased to announce we’ve joined the Zero Carbon Forum alongside 17 other leading companies in the hospitality sector.
11th Dec 2020
Together we’ve pledged to act now to achieve net zero carbon targets faster, and more efficiently and cost effectively than acting alone.
An initial 18 companies have joined the Zero Carbon Forum as founding members: Marston’s, Nando's, Pizza Hut Restaurants, The Restaurant Group including Wagamama, Revolution Bars, BrewDog, Fuller's, BurgerKing, Pizza Express, Boparan, Shepherd Neame, Azzurri, Adnams, Greene King, KFC, M&B, Young’s and St Austell.
The forum has been endorsed by Government and backed by trade associations UK Hospitality and the British Beer and Pub Association.
Zero Carbon Forum’s Founder and CEO, Mark Chapman, said: “Carbon reduction and sustainable business is increasingly important to our customers so it’s vital that we act now. The window of opportunity to avert climate change disaster is closing fast. Cutting carbon emissions also cuts business costs and will help us bounce back more strongly from the pandemic. Hospitality is committed to working together at pace to decarbonise its operations and support the Government’s green industrial revolution.”
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