CMS announces 2025 net zero carbon commitment backed by science based targets A• renegotiating electricity contracts to maximise supply from renewable sources – seven of the firm’s eight UK offices now run on 100% renewable electricity; • the firm’s Procurement team leading a review of suppliers’ carbon reduction commitments and working with them to develop sustainability workshops to share best practice in the supply chain; • considering further energy efficiency measures in its buildings; • disclosing its UK carbon reduction activity to CDP (the well-known and respected, independent, not-for-profit benchmarking organisation) which this year ranked the firm ‘B’ for its own activity and ‘A-’ for the work it is doing with suppliers; • raising awareness of climate change risk across all practice areas; • launching a mobile app to help over 3,200 of its people assess their own carbon footprints; • using a print awareness tool to gamify paper saving across the firm, working with PrintReleaf to plant over 2,000 trees and counting to offset paper usage, using Forest Stewardship Council certified paper, and ensuring all paper is recyclable; • developing a CR programme to support environmental volunteering for its people and clients.| • renegotiating electricity contracts to maximise supply from renewable sources – seven of the firm’s eight UK offices now run on 100% renewable electricity; • the firm’s Procurement team leading a review of suppliers’ carbon reduction commitments and working with them to develop sustainability workshops to share best practice in the supply chain; • considering further energy efficiency measures in its buildings; • disclosing its UK carbon reduction activity to CDP (the well-known and respected, independent, not-for-profit benchmarking organisation) which this year ranked the firm ‘B’ for its own activity and ‘A-’ for the work it is doing with suppliers; • raising awareness of climate change risk across all practice areas; • launching a mobile app to help over 3,200 of its people assess their own carbon footprints; • using a print awareness tool to gamify paper saving across the firm, working with PrintReleaf to plant over 2,000 trees and counting to offset paper usage, using Forest Stewardship Council certified paper, and ensuring all paper is recyclable; • developing a CR programme to support environmental volunteering for its people and clients | United Kingdom

CMS UK and its international offices today announce ambitious plans to reduce carbon emissions to net zero by 2025 backed

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