The UK’s first online conference dedicated to decarbonising the commute was held December 2021

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Scope 3 commuting emissions account for 5% of the UK’s total emissions

Often overlooked, commuting emissions are increasingly under the spotlight following organisations setting ambitious net zero targets. These targets cannot be met unless commuting emissions are addressed, particularly with many employers planning their return to the office.

Discover new insights and solutions

Uncover new learnings from mobility and sustainability experts across the UK.

Learn best
practice

Discover what the UK’s leading employers are doing to reduce their Scope 3 commuter emissions.

Practical tips and take-aways

Implement sustainable commuting best practice in your own organisation to meet net zero goals.

If the UK is to meet its obligations to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, decarbonisation of commuting will be vital. However, this will require not only significant public and private investment in infrastructure and technology, but also a shift in business and employee behaviours to match.

Matthew Fell,CBI Chief UK Policy Director at the CBI

We were joined by 30+ expert speakers

Even as working habits continue to evolve in the face of the pandemic, our commuting behaviours continue to impact the environment and contribute to the climate crisis.

A collection of voices from across the industry, government, and academia, ZC3 addressed the challenges and solutions of traveling to and from the workplace, supporting sustainable stress-less commutes for all!

George Freeman - UK Minister for Science Technology & Innovation

George Freeman

UK Minister for Science Technology & Innovation

Hilary Berg - Managing Director - One Planet Communications Ltd

Hilary Berg

Managing Director
One Planet Communications Ltd.

Glenn Lyons - Mott MacDonald Professor of Future Mobility - University of the West of England

Glenn Lyons

Mott MacDonald Professor of Future Mobility
University of the West of England

Dawn Badminton-Capps - Director - Bus Users

Dawn Badminton-Capps

Director - Bus Users

John Siraut - Director - Economics – Jacobs

John Siraut

Director - Economics – Jacobs

Greg Marsden - Professor of Transport Governance - University of Leeds

Greg Marsden

Professor of Transport Governance
University of Leeds

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Insight Article

Analysis of half a million postcodes shows latent potential of the sustainable commute

Employees who successfully make a switch to greener modes can drastically reduce commuter emissions nationwide.

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Insight Article

Car usage and the changing face of the commute

As the UK’s largest source of greenhouse gas emissions, the decarbonisation of our transport systems will play a critical role in reducing climate change impacts.

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We have driven down 300 million kg of commuter carbon emissions in over 700 organisations.

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