Implementing Net Zero Carbon in Practice Unit 8: Net Zero Carbon Stakeholders
A net zero carbon future cannot be achieved without a united approach from all key stakeholders. International, national, and local leadership is needed to overcome all the barriers that net zero carbon presents. Coupled with the leadership challenge is the need for a complete culture change in business and society, which makes the challenge even harder.
In this unit, we will consider the role of stakeholders in the achievement of net zero carbon. We will discuss the responsibilities and actions of the key stakeholder groups: the global community, governments, businesses, and individuals.
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• Understand the role of the global community.
• Understand the approach taken by governments.
• Understand how the business community is approaching net zero.
• Understand the role that individuals play in reaching net zero.