Hospitality’s Roadmap To Net Zero


The Zero Carbon Forum, the non-profit organisation that brings together the UK’s leading hospitality operators to collaborate and share ideas and solutions for climate change that meet the UK Governments net zero targets, has published the Net Zero Roadmap for hospitality.

Commenting on the publication, Kate Nicholls, Chief Executive of UKHospitality said: “This a significant moment and signals the start of the hospitality sector become an industry leader in reducing carbon emissions.  We’ve worked extremely closely with the Zero Carbon Forum to help produce what we believe will be a foundational document for the sector as it rises to the challenge of climate change.

“Many hospitality businesses have already shown great commitment to reducing their carbon footprint and have been at the forefront of carbon reduction strategies. However, there’s been a clear step change in political and public opinion, that requires the sector to move faster and further in order to secure the future of the sector, wider economy and country.

“It’s vital that all hospitality businesses are represented and engaged with this issue. We urge our members to commit to the roadmap process, and we will continue to work closely with them to ensure they meet objectives laid out by Government. We will also continue to lobby Government to provide adequate sector support that will allow the hospitality sector to recover from the effects of the pandemic whilst reducing carbon emissions.”

To sign up to the hospitality zero carbon roadmap visit: