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Royal Bank launches Carbon Planner to help businesses identify how they could reduce carbon emissions

As businesses work towards transitioning to net zero, the Royal Bank of Scotland have launched a new tool that could help businesses understand their carbon footprint and identify ways that could potentially reduce emissions. 

Although Scotland is aiming for net zero emissions of all greenhouse gases by 2045, recent research found less than half of businesses have yet to create an action plan to reduce their carbon footprint. 

The Carbon Planner is a free-to-use digital platform aimed at supporting businesses to identify potential costs and carbon savings. Businesses can use the tool to measure their estimated carbon footprint by answering some questions, and will then be presented with tailored actions to start building a plan that could help them to reduce their emissions. 

It is available for use by both customers and non-customers of the Royal Bank and with energy and fuel costs increasing, now is a great time for businesses to think about how they could take action to reduce their emissions. 

If you would like to register to use the tool, please use the link at the bottom of the article below to sign up.

Royal Bank launches Carbon Planner to help businesses identify how they could reduce carbon emissions | Royal Bank of Scotland (rbs.co.uk)

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