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What is Decarbonisation?

This word is heavily associated with the world’s fight against climate change, but what exactly does it mean? 

Decarbonisation is the process of reducing the amount of carbon (mainly carbon dioxide) sent into the atmosphere. The goal is to achieve this by reducing our carbon footprint and switching to the usage of low carbon energy sources instead of using fossil fuels such as coal, natural gas or oil. 

Why is Decarbonisation Important? 

One of the key drivers behind global warming is greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, and the burning of fossil fuels adds heavily to this.   

There are many ways businesses can work to support decarbonisation and contribute to the fight against climate change. 

Read more about Decarbonisation here. 

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