Collaboration Cuts Carbon
How can collaboration support the transition to a low carbon economy?
- Sharing resources, such as facilities and equipment allows businesses to reduce costs, energy use and waste.
- Joint activities, including buying, marketing and logistics, improve productivity and sales.
- Collaboration helps businesses increase their capacity and provide customers with valuable continuity of supply.
- Savings on input costs can be re-invested in product or community innovations.
- Communities are able to co-invest in renewable resources such as wind farms, reducing living costs and improving their quality of life.
Economies of scale like these mean greater efficiencies and improved use of available resources leading to lower carbon emissions.
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