Learning and Collaboration for a zero-carbon future

Carbon scores of companies are a result of

  • How you make things
  • How you source raw materials
  • How you ship out finished products

Learning and Collaboration for a zero-carbon future

Even if “how you make things” is standardised, “how you source” and “how you ship” have a significant impact on your carbon emissions, which is why knowledge sharing is so important. While companies make radical changes, there could be others who are only doing things differently—making small changes to achieve a significant impact.

A. Peer learning and knowledge sharing play an essential role in raising standards for a Net-zero world. Reducing carbon is therefore not a one-time effort, it’s a journey in which erstwhile competitors can become collaborators.

B. Cross-sector partnerships also emerge where skills and learnings in one are applied to the other.