Business support

How can your organisation help?

Here are just some of the ways your organisation can help.

If there’s anything in particular that you’re doing that’s not listed below, help to inspire others and share your tips with us using this form

  • Map out your organisation’s impact on the environment and look at what you can change – like cutting down waste and reducing energy consumption
  • Bring your team(s) on board – tell them of your plans and how each of them can contribute
  • Check your supply chain – ask them what they’re doing to be more environmentally-friendly.

You might like to consider our North Tyneside Carbon Reduction Award scheme, which is for businesses or organisations to show their green credentials in tackling climate change by reducing carbon emissions and making a positive difference. There are Bronze, Silver and Gold standards to work towards and details are in the pdf attached below.

We're pleased to be able to share some of our Action on Climate Change posters here, for any business or organisation to print off and use at their premises. We can also supply a 'We pledge our commitment to carbon net zero' window sticker, if you would like one to display, please email


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Environmental support

We also recognise the impact of the rising cost of living on businesses across the borough. Although we cannot help with rising costs, energy bills, supply chains etc for businesses, there are a number of resources, support and in some cases grants available to assist your business to reduce its carbon footprint and become more sustainable. This includes a business carbon reduction awards scheme as well as a toolkit to support companies adapt to future climate change.

Find out more on the environmental support for businesses page.

Businesses and third sector organisations may find the Climate Adaptation Toolkit helpful to assess, evaluate, plan and monitor risks to their day-to-day operations related to extreme weather; resulting in better climate resilience. 

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