Net Zero

Is mitigating food waste the key to the net zero recipe?

By Harriet Lindsey, Paper Round  We’re Paper Round – the business recycling experts. This means that we are extremely well placed to discuss all things waste and climate related.   We know that the title was a bit of an excuse to make a food-related pun, but in actual fact, the sentiment isn’t so silly at all.  Food Waste  Less than a third …

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COP26: A response, one week on.

Written by Emma Carroll-Monteil, The SRA  Depending on who you talk to or what you read, the outcomes of COP26 have been described in a variety of ways, ranging from a disappointing failure, to a genuine success providing real hope. As an attendee of the event, and as someone who is experiencing all those descriptors listed, I maintain that these feelings are not mutually exclusive.   Although we did not attend …

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Food, drink and laughter as well as some serious Net Zero chat at COP26

By Tom Tanner A beer festival, cracking comedy, fabulous food and live music. Who knew tackling climate change could be so much fun? If you’re in Glasgow for COP26 then you won’t want to miss out on the brilliant fringe event being hosted by our partners from Net Zero Now on 4 November – Forget …

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What is COP26? And why is it important to Hospitality?

By Emma Carroll-Monteil and Kate Dranginis COP26 – what is it? And why are we excited about it?   Each year, world leaders gather to discuss climate change at the Conference of the Parties – COP. This has been ongoing since 1995, and this year is the 26th meeting – hence the ‘26’ part of COP26. These meetings are the start …

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Which restaurant and pub chains are the most family and planet friendly?

By Laura Chan, Policy Officer, Soil Association The UK is under the microscope this year interrogating how we aren’t and how we should be meeting our climate and nature targets. In the lead up to COP26 in Glasgow, multiple sectors including hospitality are vying to demonstrate what they are doing to step up. After taking …

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Net zero for restaurants just got a whole lot easier

By Tom Tanner With world leaders set to descend on Glasgow next month, a news agenda already teeming with stories about the climate crisis will, so long as there is petrol in those pumps, be absolutely dominated by the Conference of the Parties 26 (COP) come the start of November. As you read, watch and …

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The road to Net Zero for pubs and bars just got easier

By Tom Tanner The Culpeper in London’s Shoreditch was the venue for the launch of the Net Zero Pubs and Bars Initiative. Representatives from the creators of the initiative, Net Zero Now, development partners Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) GB and Pernod Ricard UK, one of the pub companies participating in the pilot, Peach Pubs, a …

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How Nando’s is ensuring offsetting isn’t miss-stepping

By Henry Unwin, Head of Sustainability, Nando’s Whilst the last year has brought plenty of challenges it has also shown us what we are able to achieve in the face of a crisis. To me this brings a glimmer hope in our ability to tackle the most pressing crisis of our generation, the climate crisis. …

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