The 2021 United Nations climate change conference COP26, hosted by the UK, is taking place in Glasgow this November. 30,000 expected attendees, including world leaders, NGO’s and businesses, will be coming together to agree on coordinated action to climate change.
For the first time since the Paris Agreement came to life at COP21 in 2015, countries will be presenting their updated plans to limit global warming. This is the world’s last best chance to get runaway climate change under control.
It has been decades since the first warnings of the devastating impact of climate change on our planet. It is now finally accepted that we must alter our path, redesign our economies and grow a new sustainable global society.
Celtic Renewables is committed to the Race to Zero and after a decade of innovation, technology development and scale-up, we are poised to bring our first biorefinery facility to life and lead the way in growing a new sustainable bioeconomy to achieve a net-zero future.
The Round Britain Climate Challenge is the first ever circumnavigation attempt of mainland Britain with an electric paramotor.
This groundbreaking 3000 mile plus expedition will travel anti-clockwise around Britain, visiting people addressing the effect of climate change in their areas, including Celtic Renewables’ production facility in Scotland.
Forth Valley for Net Zero is a partnership of businesses, local councils, and third-sector organisations whose aim is to highlight the amazing things happening in our area to help achieve Net Zero and the actions we can all take to reduce our carbon footprint.
Net Zero is reached when the amount of greenhouse gasses put into the atmosphere is the same or lower as the amount of greenhouse gasses taken from the atmosphere.
Celtic Renewables are proud supporters of this campaign which showcasing how the Forth Valley, including Grangemouth, the location of our first production facility, is becoming a greener space.