Triple Bottom Line Accounting is proud to join more than 125 companies, representing nearly $1 trillion in annual revenue, in support of the #FossilToClean letter to global policymakers attending #COP28.
Alongside companies large and small that span different industries and regions, we have signed the letter to urge national governments to address the primary cause of climate change: burning fossil fuels.
With bold business and political leadership, we can scale clean energy and end our reliance on fossil fuels. Add your company’s name to the Fossil to Clean letter organized by We Mean Business Coalition:
- Ahead of COP28, more than 125 companies representing nearly $1 trillion in annual revenue have signed the Fossil to Clean letter urging national governments to address the primary cause of climate change: burning fossil fuels.
- This letter to world leaders comes from businesses across sectors, regions and sizes that are calling on governments to seek international agreement on fossil fuel phase-out, and put in place the policies needed to ramp up clean energy fast and phase out the use and production of fossil fuels. This requires turbocharging the renewables revolution, electrifying key sectors and massively improving efficiency. This will help set the conditions for a rapid, well-managed and just transition away from fossil fuels.
- We support an agreement at COP28 to phase out the use of unabated fossil fuels in line with a 1.5°C pathway, and the tripling of renewable energy capacity and doubling of the rate of energy efficiency by 2030.· At Triple Bottom Line Accounting, we are taking action to help our clients move away from fossil fuels and toward clean energy solutions in line with science-based targets. We offer carbon accounting and net zero advisory. You can read the latest TBLA Environmental Impact report here.
Fran joined TBLA in 2019 after a long career in teaching. Her roles include human resources management, ESG and Marketing. During 2020 and 2021 she developed the TBLA Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) impact service. As part of the process, she has carried out an impact analysis of the TBLA social and governance profile and a whole company carbon calculation with accompanying target setting, carbon reduction action plan and impact narrative. Fran is now working alongside the growing ESG team to help more SMEs plan for Net Zero around the UK. Fran is also on the board of the Norwich Business Climate Leaders hoping to accelerate the transition to Net Zero.