Trowers gears up responsible business drive in net zero 2030 pledge


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Law firm Trowers & Hamlins has pledged to achieve a target of net zero emissions by 2030 as part of the firm's responsible business strategy.

The strategy is embedded in the firm's governance and brought to life by senior leaders, our internal networks and stakeholders through changes to behaviours, processes and operations to significantly reduce carbon emissions.  

Senior Partner, Sara Bailey says:

"We believe in the importance of having buy-in at all levels and recognise that we all need to act to achieve our goals and contribute to a better future. As for all businesses, this is a challenging target, but we're optimistic that, with each of us taking responsibility and doing our bit, we will get there. We believe in delivering real and lasting change for the benefit of our clients, our people and wider society, whilst at the same time doing our best to minimise the impact of our operations on the environment."

As part of its strategy, the firm will organise workshops for key stakeholders and staff to discuss the implications of its net zero target and how it can deliver more sustainable legal services to clients. The workshops will also identify the most impactful changes using metrics to track progress towards achieving target.

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