Climate stories from Bristol businesses

Bristol is home to approximately 18,300 businesses and organisations many of whom have already taken steps to reduce their carbon emissions. To support the city’s goal of becoming Net Zero by 2030 we need every business and organisation to take steps to reduce carbon emissions. Your business or employer might not yet have an exact plan for every step on the road to Net Zero, so get started with the things you can do now. Declare your businesses ambition for Net Zero, plan for the steps you can take and deliver the initiatives that will reduce carbon emissions – then plan for what’s next.

Here are some stories from Bristol businesses at different stages of their journey.

Bristol marketing agency – Proctor Stevenson

Bristol lawyers – Burges Salmon

Bristol electricians – Jeffway

Bristol schools – Oasis Community Learning

Bristol caterers – Kate’s Kitchen

Bristol manufacturers – Bailey

Bristol coffee roasters – Wogan

If your business or employer has a story to tell regarding how they are reducing carbon emissions, then please get in touch. We are looking for stories from diverse audiences and different sectors that demonstrate the range of #BristolClimateAction. You can email us here

Bristol businesses at the regional COP26 event at We The Curious

And there’s more

As part of the UK government’s #TogetherForOurPlanet climate leaders campaign, Bristol organisations are also telling their story about how they are reducing carbon emissions

Bristol’s famous attraction – the SS Great Britain

Bristol’s emergency services – Avon Fire and Rescue

With many more Bristol businesses sharing their stories

Bristol One City Climate Ask – Sign up here
Bristol One City Climate Offers – Getting Started
Seven simple steps to reducing your businesses emissions
Bristol One City Climate Offers – Looking for Something Specific
Support for Bristol businesses – grants and skills programs