Fairhurst Fit for the Future
The UN Climate Change Conference COP26 outcome was that immediate and decisive action was required to limit average global warming to 1.5°C. This was followed by COP28 which concluded with the first international agreement to transition away from fossil fuels to clean energy. Fairhurst, in line with the wider industry, has committed to elevate carbon and fossil fuel reduction to one of our core business drivers as part of our “Fairhurst Fit for the Future” initiative. As part of this, the Firm has committed to achieving net zero status by 2045 and is actively encouraging key supply chain Partners to achieve the same goals. The Firm has developed a Carbon Reduction Plan in order to define, monitor and review meaningful progress as part of the commitment to net zero. The commitment to achieve net zero is a fundamental element of the Firm’s Business Plan and is being driven by our Partners as Senior Management.
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