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Delivering Net Zero Carbon in the Workplace

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07 Sep 22
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As part of a project for the British Council for Offices (BCO), the aim of this survey is to (i) identify the barriers that businesses face as they strive to pursue a path to Net Zero carbon emissions in the commercial real estate sector, and (ii) seek feedback on where the opportunities lie and how organisations can navigate the demands of regulators and other stakeholders.

Take part in the Delivering Net Zero Carbon in the Workplace survey

Achieving Net Zero carbon emissions is now featuring as a key component of Environmental and Social Governance (ESG) in the commercial real estate sector.

Tackling Net Zero carbon will be a challenge facing the built environment over the next few decades. With buildings accounting for 40% of carbon emissions, real estate and workplace teams have a critical role to play in the transition to a Net Zero carbon economy.

The aim of this survey is to seek feedback from you to examine where the opportunities lie and how organisations can navigate the demands of regulators and other stakeholders, as well as identifying the barriers that businesses face as they strive to pursue a path to Net Zero carbon emissions in the commercial real estate sector.

This survey is carried out by UCL Consultants (UCLC) for The British Council for Offices (BCO).