Welcome to the Zero Carbon Forum

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As the impacts of climate change unfold, the time for talk is over. Hospitality is taking action, united under a meaningful, practical plan to reduce — then eliminate — our carbon footprint.

The Zero Carbon Forum is a non-profit organisation, empowering members to reach sustainability targets with more speed, efficiency, and profit as a united effort. With defined roadmaps backed by peers, government, and leading sustainability experts — together we’re on a path to survive and thrive.

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What's New

7 May 2024

CEO roundtable: Hospitality competitors collaborate to tackle industry emissions. 

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30 Apr 2024

ESOS Phase 3 deadline - are you ready?

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5 Mar 2024

Which? ranked most and least sustainable UK restaurant chains

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From grain to glass, sustainability is a key priority for our sector. Brewers, pubs and the supply chains that serve them continue to strive for and reach new heights in reducing their environmental footprint. As a sector that takes sustainability seriously, we are delighted to support the Zero Carbon Forum and continue our leading role in reducing emissions and working towards a net-zero, green future.

Emma McClarkin, CEO
British Beer & Pub Association

Featuring some of the most well-known brands on the planet, joining the Zero Carbon Forum is the single greatest move an action-oriented organisation can make. As a business, you’ll get the clarity, guidance, and resources you need to pursue your sustainability goals with purpose. United, we’ll change the world.

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Zero Carbon Roadmap for Brewing

Uniquely tailored to UK brewers, this roadmap sets the direction, scope and pace for our journey to net zero. The roadmap was created through extensive consultation with our members, the BBPA, Carbon Architecture, industry representatives and other brewing specialists.

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Net Zero: The Guide for the Brewing and Hospitality Sector

In this roadmap, we outline the steps each sector of hospitality can take to reach their net zero targets. This includes guidance on measuring your footprint, developing a strategy and collaborating within the sector.

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