15 min

Net Zero Now's sector solution to measure carbon emissions Turquoise International

    • Business

As the UN Climate Change Conference Cop 28 gets underway in Dubai, businesses are grappling with ever-changing requirements for their path to net zero. 

Whilst some race to catch up, others want to get ahead of the game. But the route to reducing emissions varies hugely from sector to sector. 

In this episode of Talks with Turquoise, we hear from a business that helps organisations measure and monitor their greenhouse gas emissions by providing sector-specific solutions.

Luke Jackson, a senior associate at Turquoise International, speaks to Neil Ross Russell, co-founder of Net Zero Now.

They discuss the evolving world of carbon accounting, Net Zero Now’s work with sectors ranging from hospitality to accounting and what’s next for the business.

To find out more about Turquoise International click here. 

To learn more about Net Zero Now click here.

As the UN Climate Change Conference Cop 28 gets underway in Dubai, businesses are grappling with ever-changing requirements for their path to net zero. 

Whilst some race to catch up, others want to get ahead of the game. But the route to reducing emissions varies hugely from sector to sector. 

In this episode of Talks with Turquoise, we hear from a business that helps organisations measure and monitor their greenhouse gas emissions by providing sector-specific solutions.

Luke Jackson, a senior associate at Turquoise International, speaks to Neil Ross Russell, co-founder of Net Zero Now.

They discuss the evolving world of carbon accounting, Net Zero Now’s work with sectors ranging from hospitality to accounting and what’s next for the business.

To find out more about Turquoise International click here. 

To learn more about Net Zero Now click here.

15 min

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