Managing Partner, Julian Flitter said, “We are thrilled to be part of a cohort of businesses in Fitzrovia who are leading the way in tackling the climate emergency. We are a firm who puts sustainability at the heart of what we do – always looking to the long term in order to build a positive, living legacy. Limiting our impact on the environment is an important part of that legacy.”
The Business Climate Challenge is a program that encourages businesses to adopt sustainable practices and reduce their environmental impact. It was launched by the city government to address the challenges of climate change and promote economic growth at the same time. The program provides resources and support for businesses to implement sustainable initiatives such as reducing energy consumption, minimising waste, and using renewable energy sources. By participating in this challenge, businesses can not only help protect the environment but also improve their bottom line through cost savings and increased efficiency.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan said: “The Business Climate Challenge is an excellent way for businesses across London to gain the confidence, knowledge and tools they need to help cut their energy costs, save energy, reduce their emissions and future-proof their organisations.
“We saw some great results from the pilot scheme in 2021 and I’m glad we’ve been able to extend this scheme to support an additional 200 businesses. However, there is still much more to be done in order to build a better London for everyone – a safer, greener and more prosperous city for all.”
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