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Wondering how to start reducing your carbon emissions? Or ready to take the next step? Come and find out what support is available.

We’ve all heard of Net Zero and the UK government’s plan to meet our targets by 2050.

In 2019 Lancaster City Council declared a Climate Emergency and has approved an action plan to reduce the council’s direct CO2 emissions to net zero by 2030. Work has already begun, with the decarbonisation of Salt Ayre Sports Centre now complete.

But what does Net Zero mean?

What does it look like for your business?

Whether you are a retailer, manufacturer or service provider, all businesses have a carbon footprint.

How do you measure your impact and take steps to reduce it?

These are big questions, but there is a wealth of knowledge and support available locally, with many funded programmes and initiatives which mean it doesn’t have to be as daunting or costly as it may seem.

Come along, grab some breakfast, and hear from local experts and support organisations to find out how you can start your journey to net zero.


  • 8am – 8.30 Registration and light breakfast
  • 8.30 – 9.15 Speakers
  • 9.15 – 9.30 Q&A
  • 9.30 Exhibitors and networking
  • 10am – Close

This is event is kindly hosted by Lancaster and Morecambe College and is funded through the DfE Strategic Development Fund (SDF) project

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