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Registration for the Amplicon “Countdown to Net Zero” webinars series now open

22 November 2021

Amplicon industry experts are hosting a webinar series to help businesses understand how to reduce their carbon footprint. In the first session, taking place on November 26th, industry expert Sarim Shehzad explains how to take your company to Net Zero.

With more than half of companies not on track to meet the Paris Agreement target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050, companies across all sectors, particularly manufacturing and industrial companies have a key role to play to meet this target.

The "Countdown to Net Zero" webinar series from Amplicon provides helpful discussions, delivering practical advice and help.

This is an opportunity for you to join a virtual community of the Amplicon technical experts and understand how to reduce the carbon footprint in your workplace.

In the first webinar, entitled 'Green business - What, When and How', Sarim Shehzad, Product Specialist at Amplicon, explores the impacts of climate change and how businesses can adapt to the changes and challenges that go along with a carbon neutral strategy. He provides insight on current global trends and the international and national response to this crisis as well as explaining how companies can reduce costs while saving the planet.

In addition, he unveils the actions Amplicon takes to reduce their carbon footprint, explaining the impact of each of these green initiatives.

Don't miss the opportunity to learn from our team of technical experts. Register here

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