Small businesses play a big role in transition to net zero


“SMEs have to be mindful that this is a marathon rather than a sprint. The fruits of investment and labour will pay off in the future and it is also the right thing to do.” Andrew Sill

THE focus on sustainability has intensified as more governments and corporations make net zero pledges. But to hit their targets, they will need to ensure that their supply chains, which are generally made up of small businesses, are aligned to the green agenda.

This, say industry leaders, presents a good opportunity for SMEs to demonstrate their capabilities in – or their willingness to adapt – sustainable practices within their operations.

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