The Pathway to Net-Zero

Posted on: 30/09/2022

As the world struggles to combat the on-going environmental crisis, businesses have been prompted to play their part in helping the national aim to achieving a Net-Zero economy, emitting no excessive carbon into the atmosphere. However, there are many different factors that will impact an organisation’s ability to reduce their impact on the environment.

Businesses are seeking out ways of utilising sustainable green energy as well as implementing efficient waste management systems and even Innovative technology can also play a crucial role in helping businesses transition to a green approach. However, challenges associated with supply chain, high costs and customer demands all present significant obstacles.

These aspects and challenges are the focus of Executive TV’s latest programme: “The Pathway to Net-Zero,” which welcomes three exciting organisations contributing to the Net-Zero agenda.

Burges Salmon are a UK based Law firm providing advice, service, and a range of expertise. With a commitment to environmental sustainability, Burges Salmon have pledged to be a Net-Zero organisation by 2026.

BMRA (British Metals Recycling Association) represent 280 metal recycling businesses in the UK. BMRA aim to provide a voice for the British metal recycling industry as well as promote the sectors interests to policymakers, customers and suppliers.

ABSL (Advanced Biofuel Solutions Limited) are a UK-based technology company dedicated to providing businesses with solutions to becoming Net-Zero, specialising in waste management and the utilisation of Biofuels.

‘The Pathway to Net-Zero’ will be first broadcast on our usual channel, SKY Digital 181, Sunday 02nd October @10.00 am and then again on, SKY digital channel 181 06th November @10.00 am.

After the initial broadcast, the programme will be available at with the rest of our digital archive.

About Executive TV

Executive TV have been producing business focused documentaries for the past twelve years. Our programming covers the whole breadth of commerce and industry in the UK, from manufacturing and heavy industry through to financial services and consultancy. We have always made innovation a focus of our programmes, telling the story of new ideas and how they are impacting companies in Britain.

Executive TV base our success on bringing to our audience the knowledge, experience and expertise of our featured partners. We offer our audience insights into the future of British industry, as well as exclusive access to leading figures from across the public and private sectors.


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