How NI Water is taking steps to reduce their carbon footprint

NI Water is the largest electricity user in Northern Ireland and the second biggest landowner. Those two statistics mean that NI Water must take their approach to climate change seriously. Just how serious? From potentially planting 1 million trees within the next 10 years to investing in renewable energy. Watch the BITC webinar below to learn how NI Water is planning on reducing their carbon footprint.

The webinar was hosted by Géraldine Noé, Head of Environment at Business in the Community NI. The webinar focuses on understanding how businesses in the utilities sector can start on their climate journey and take practical action and collaborate to reduce their carbon footprint.

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