How might Coronavirus impact the Climate Emergency?
Published 29/05/2020
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Though short-term falls in harmful emissions have been reported, we're trying to understand the challenges linked to the potential for an above average increase in harmful emissions as business and society look to recover from the Coronavirus pandemic. To better understand the issues, we are asking the North East business community to take part in a survey about how your current behaviour and working practice might change following COVID-19.
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Results from the survey will help us identify the common challenges facing companies with a direct and negative impact on the climate emergency. We will then work with our partners and the wider regional business community to tackle the issues raised through innovation.
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The sole purpose of the Innovation SuperNetwork is to make connections to benefit North East businesses. Whether they're looking for finance, solutions to a problem or help to take their business to the next level, the SuperNetwork have the connections they need. Funded by ERDF, the Innovation SuperNetwork supports North East businesses through free events including VentureFest North East, Innovation Projects in a range of sectors and through their partners.

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