North East Heating Solutions striving for a new zero future
August 21, 2020
Since the 2016 Paris Climate Agreement, ‘net zero carbon’ has become a goal for the UK.
With its officially adopted target of 2050 to achieve this ambitious goal, we all need to be reducing our carbon footprint.
North East Heating Solutions tells us why they partnered with YDMT and their hopes for the future.
Heating produces the largest amount of carbon emissions for the average UK household, that’s larger than transport and agriculture.
With this in mind, we think it’s more important than ever to implement greener heating solutions into our homes and communities. We do this by offering environmentally friendly electric radiators that can be paired with solar panels or a 100% green energy tariff.
We wanted to develop our eco-minded mission even further and so it was important for us at North East Heating Solutions to find an organisation that had an environmental purpose we could stand behind.
We were immediately impressed with the Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust and their pledge to look after the Dales landscape and its rural communities. We wanted to help them reach their goal of planting 100,000 new trees, which will create natural breathing spaces for everyone, while also combating climate change.
With as much as 80% of the world’s forests destroyed or irreparably degraded, it’s imperative that we support existing woodlands, as they are an invaluable resource to offsetting carbon emissions.
Working with this fantastic organisation, we’ve pledged to support the planting of one tree for every installation we complete. We hope to plant over 100 trees every year, helping to create beautiful new woodlands for everyone to enjoy.
Partnering with the Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust also means we get to making our customers more aware of climate change and the importance of environmental stewardship. We look forward to growing our partnership with the Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust and continuing to support their vision to help enhance the people, landscape and wildlife of the Dales.
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