Sky is one of the largest media companies in the world. With over 30 thousand employees and 28 offices, Sky wants to cut their carbon emissions created by their business and suppliers by at least 50%. They will plant trees, mangroves and seagrass to absorb what they can’t reduce.
The UK has a target to be net zero by 2050 however Sky wants to be part of the forefront of this move to a net zero economy.
What does net zero mean?
Net zero refers to the balance between the amount of greenhouse gas vs the amount removed from the atmosphere.
The company are committed to powering their business with renewable energy. They plan to reduce emissions in the workplace, in particular improving transport for its staff, this means moving their fleet of 5,000 vehicles to zero emissions. Helping customers by creating Sky tech products that are better for the planet. Their biggest aim is to help all the companies who work with Sky in its supply chain to reduce their emissions.
Sky Sports is the first sports broadcaster to have signed the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. They will ensure the programmes they make in studios and on location are free from single-use plastic.
Sky has a three step plan to take action.
- Transforming our business
- Using our voice to drive change
- Mobilising millions to #GoZero
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If Sky can do it, so can you.
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