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Everyone Active - Net Zero
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|Description||Everyone Active's Group Development Director Ben Beevers: "We know the world is changing – and not necessarily for the better. That’s why we’ve developed a comprehensive net zero strategy to help us, as a company, become operationally net zero carbon emitting by the end of 2030. We all have a responsibility to make the planet a better place to live for one another and businesses such as ours are no exception. Leisure centres consume large amounts of energy and so are also significant carbon emitters. Therefore, we have an opportunity to put in place a strategy to tackle this and other issues to help make the company’s carbon emissions net zero. In order to achieve this, the net zero strategy that we have formulated encompasses every facet of our business. This will begin with step one, making our central Support Hub operationally net zero by the end of 2023, which will be achieved through several changes, including moving to an entirely renewable energy tariff. This will be followed by step two, working to make our corporate operations net zero by the end of 2030. The steps we will take in order to achieve this will include making all company owned and leased vehicles plug-in electric, installing an electric vehicle charging infrastructure at all our facilities, developing an offset strategy to deal with residual emissions and much more. Read about the three main work streams of Everyone Active's net zero strategy here: https://www.everyoneactive.com/about-us/net-zero/|