Measuring your greenhouse gas emissions is the first step on the pathway to net zero. For a business there are 3 categories of emissions to consider, referred to as ‘scopes’.
Under the Greenhouse Gas Protocol’s scoped approach, businesses aiming for net zero should attempt to cover all three scopes.
The Business Renewables Centre Australia (BRC-A) is a member-based platform that streamlines and accelerates corporate purchasing of large-scale wind and solar energy and storage.
This factsheet provides you with the alternatives to single use items at business events.
Download the Beyond the Bin worksheet for tenants.
This factsheet can give you the alternative options so that you can eliminate single use takeaway containers from your business.
This factsheet helps you to match your choice of single use items with the waste streams available to your customers.
More than three billion disposable coffee cups are produced every year in Australia, with the majority ending up in landfill.
Lighting upgrades can be relatively straightforward and offer rapid returns on investment, ongoing operational savings, and reduced maintenance.
Submitted projects should:
It’s easy and free to join the program. Your good-will commitment to the program is an acknowledgement of the business sector’s role in
contributing to environmental sustainability and your intention to reduce your own energy consumption and associated carbon emissions.
As part of this, Signatories to the program commit to achieve an accredited NABERS Energy tenancy rating (between 4 and 6 stars) and
work with CitySwitch to improve their tenancy’s environmental performance.
Find out more about how obtaining a NABERS Energy rating ensures you can benchmark your performance, better manage your progress
over time and promote your star rating achievement.