Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Charity’s CO2 pledge

RENAULT’s award-winning electric supermini ZOE is now flying even higher after being adopted at the headquarters of the Royal Society

RENAULT’s award-winning electric supermini ZOE is now flying even higher after being adopted at the headquarters of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.

The French brand’s flagship plug-in has recently been paired with the charity’s other electric Renault, a Kangoo Van ZE, at its Bedfordshire base near Sandy, to help reduce its carbon footprint.

The RSPB believes climate change poses the single biggest threat to the long-term survival of birds and wildlife.

Spokesman David Waller, said: “As a wildlife conservation charity acutely aware of the potential impact of climate change, the RSPB is particularly committed to minimising its own CO2 emissions.”

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