Speedy launches Nature Positive Roadmap

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Speedy Hire has unveiled its Nature Positive Roadmap 2030, which it said recognises the importance of nature for economies and societies to thrive.

The company, which launched its strategy for reaching Net Zero by 2040 ‘The Decade to deliver’ in 2022, said it plans to plans to work with its value chain to make a difference to the environment and create more places for nature to thrive.

It added that it aims to avoid and reduce its environmental impacts on nature by taking action to enhance nature as part of its day-to-day business activities.

It will then sharing those learnings for the benefit of the whole value chain, creating a step-change across the industry.

Speaking at Speedy Hire Live -Expo 24, Dr Julia Baker, nature services lead at Mott MacDonald and Speedy Hire’s ESG director Amelia Woodley discussed how the industry must play its part in fighting climate change not only through decarbonisation, but through working towards a nature positive future.

Dr Baker said, “Speedy Hire’s Nature Positive 2030 Roadmap is a significant milestone for both nature and the industry. Mott MacDonald’s work on this project has been as part of a very successful partnership with Speedy Hire driven by collaboration and innovation to deliver a strategically important initiative.”

Amelia Woodley, added, “I’m extremely proud of our Nature Positive 2030 Roadmap and how Speedy Hire is leading the way for nature. We’re moving from considering nature on our sites to thinking about enhancing nature throughout our value chain. Nature Positive is not only a step-change, it’s essential.”


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