University Student helps Quorum Park to cut their carbon footprint
Protecting the environment and reducing carbon emissions has never been higher on the agenda for businesses in the wake of COP26.
So Quorum Park is playing it’s part, by taking the initiative to team up with a university postgraduate to tackle its own carbon footprint as part of a new Environmental and Social Governance (ESG) policy.
They are working with Godwin Buluku from Nigeria, who is studying for an MSc Safety, Health and Environmental Management with Advanced Practice qualification at Northumbria University. His ongoing Masters research, which comes as Quorum has launched an ESG policy, is helping to tackle climate change and identify what can effectively be done before the impact on the environment becomes irreversible.