Coinciding with COP27, the inaugural Net Zero 50 List named Lenus Health as a top innovator in the Net Zero Public Sector category with an entry entitled "Delivering a sustainable NHS" alongside 49 other UK-based individuals, initiatives, products and services leading the way to a more sustainable future.
Digital Leaders launched the Net Zero 50 list this year as a new way to recognise individuals and organisations who demonstrate a pioneering and leading approach to Net Zero transformation and adaptation individually and across the public, private and non-profit sectors, at a time of heightened awareness of the environment.
Craig Turpie, co-founder and Chief Operations Officer, at Lenus Health, stated, "Acknowledging the challenge of climate change, the NHS became the world’s first health service to commit to Net Zero. As a leading supplier to the NHS, here at Lenus Health we’re incredibly proud to be recognised for delivering innovative digital solutions that help patients and clinicians while also contributing to carbon reduction through transformed pathways for COPD and Heart Failure."
We’re incredibly proud to be recognised for delivering innovative digital solutions that help patients and clinicians while also contributing to carbon reductionCraig Turpie, co-founder and COO
The list features SMEs, councils, charities and individuals who are leading the charge to sustainable behaviour. All UK countries and regions are represented in this year’s list, reflecting the national response to the climate emergency.
A People's Choice Vote is now open, which enables the public to vote for their favourite finalist to receive an additional recognition at the upcoming Net Zero 50 List Reception on the 16th of November, to be held at the House of Lords in Westminster.