Reducing emissions and the path to a carbon neutral future

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Where is your business on its emissions reduction journey?
Join the growing number of business leaders at the Climate Change & Business Conference – Now to Net Zero on 19 & 20 September 2022 at the Aotea Centre, Auckland to discuss solutions for your sector and learn from those leading the way.
The path to a carbon neutral future
“We are focused on doing things right and are actively finding ways to reduce our carbon emissions that do not involve the use of offsets,” says DB’s Managing Director Matthew Wilson.  
For DB that means not just aiming for net zero carbon emissions in production by 2030, but also aiming to be carbon neutral in their full supply chain by 2040. Right now, detailed Scope 3 footprint calculation work is underway to help achieve that.
“We want to be even more ambitious, particularly around water and energy. We have set ourselves ambitious targets that we believe put us at the leading edge amongst large manufacturing businesses in Aotearoa New Zealand.”
Read more to find out about DB’s work on reducing its carbon footprint and the bold targets the organisation is setting out to achieve. 
Climate action: equip leaders in your business
For business to show leadership in this space, it’s critical that organisations have leaders that are well equipped to navigate and respond to the challenges of a rapidly changing climate.
Which of your colleagues or associates would get value from being part of this important conversation with you? Encourage them to find out more and be part of the discussion at the Climate Change and Business Conference this September. 
Register now and also hear more from DB’s Matthew Wilson.
The Sustainable Business Council (SBC) and the Climate Leaders Coalition (CLC) have joined forces with the Environmental Defence Society (EDS) to take the 2022 Climate Change and Business Conference - Now to Net Zero, to a new level. 
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We look forward to welcoming you to the discussion on 19 & 20 September 2022.  
Ngā mihi nui 
The Climate Change and Business Conference Team

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