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It’s crucial to understand what businesses think about net zero and the steps they are taking to reduce their carbon emissions.

The British Chambers of Commerce runs a leading research programme, producing unparalleled insights into the attitudes and behaviours of UK businesses. Each year, the BCC and Chamber of Commerce Network survey 10,000s of businesses from all sectors and all sizes across the whole of the UK to understand the impacts of external developments and policies on their behaviour and how businesses think about future trends.

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Net Zero and Covid-19 Reopening Survey

Net Zero and Covid-19 Reopening Survey

View the findings of the research published by the BCC, in partnership with O2.

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Business Attitudes to Net Zero

Business Attitudes to Net Zero

Business attitudes to net zero before and during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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O2 Insights and Opinions

O2 Insights and Opinions

Learn about developments in areas including:

  • Greener Connected Futures
  • Climate Action
  • Flexible Working
  • Sustainable Business Models
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‘A Thimble Of Water To Put Out A Bonfire’ - BCC On Temporary Visas For Drivers And Food Workers

BCC President, Baroness Ruby McGregor-Smith CBE said: “Government has made clear its priority is to transition from a reliance on EU workers to a focus on the domestic workforce, and businesses have been ready to participate in this, but it is a long-term project. “A managed transition, with a plan agreed between government and business, should have been in place from the outset. Instead, the supply of EU labour was turned off with no clear roadmap as to how this transition would be managed without disruption to services and supply chains.

Do you have enough on your plate running a business? A smart meter could help

Running your very own restaurant, coffee shop or bar might be a dream, but you are up against huge competition, and it can be tough out there. Smart meters send your gas and electricity readings directly to your energy supplier, saving you time to focus on other jobs.

BCC calls for summit to resolve supply chain crunch

The supply chain disruption must not be allowed to worsen over the next few months in the run up to Christmas.

BCC says government must step up on energy supply security

Government must do all it can to safeguard security of supply and ensure that customers and suppliers have access to the support they need to weather this difficult period.