Climate Action: Race to Net Zero


Telmont: In the Name of Mother Nature

Since 1912, year the House of Telmont was founded by Henri Lhôpital, on his land of Damery, near Epernay, Telmont has defended its vision of viticulture and the values it holds dear: loyalty, humility, and courage. When the brand was relaunched in June of 2021, we therefore shared our ambitious sustainability program In the Name of Mother Nature and its five main objectives: Preserve terroir and biodiversity, generalize eco-conception, transition to 100% renewable electricity and promoting use of ‘green’ energy sources for all activities, limit greenhouse gas emissions, and intensify efforts in terms of transparency.


Kimberly-Clark Professional™ : UK Net Zero Journey

As a global manufacturer, Kimberly-Clark’s tissue business is classified as an energy-intensive industry in many markets, which reflects the challenges we face in our decarbonising journey. Despite that, we’ve made significant progress towards more sustainable operations, establishing a net-zero strategy aligned to four pillars including energy conservation, manufacturing footprint optimisation, alternative and renewable energy, and energy supply.

In the UK, over £182 million is being invested by K-C and its partners into these initiatives, and we’re currently leading the way in our global decarbonisation journey by implementing solutions that have significantly reduced our timeline for our ambition to achieve net-zero.


Scottish Power Energy Networks: Leading the Race to Net Zero

SP Energy Networks is playing a critical role in supporting regional and national ambitions driving towards Net Zero. Alongside its own sustainable business strategy, it’s delivering pioneering projects which play a vital role in the energy system transition. These include a new £5million fund to help vulnerable communities develop their net zero plans, and the development of major engineering projects to enable the transmission of renewable energy. It has reduced its own direct carbon footprint by almost half over the last decade and is committed to reducing carbon emissions by 67% by 2034/35, through measurement against validated science-based targets.