May 2021 - Apr 2022
Emissions by Scope (tCO2e)
Emission Scopes Measured
Emissions by Category
Scope 3 Emissions Detail
Commit to continue to renew procurement of renewable energy tariffs. Monitor the energy performance of the buildings (this includes collating data and specific pinch points).
Action waste behaviour campaigns within the organisation to support emissions reduction journey; strategy to include regular waste audits (including water) & circular procurement options. Remove unnecessary bins within the office and prominently promote zero waste initiatives.
Develop an internal holistic travel plan for business travel and commuting, aligning with environmental aspect of any Travel Policy implemented. Set internal targets and monitor progress year on year. Aim for reduced emission preference and active travel. Any flight and car use to be prioritised. Aim to reduce year on year.
Implement an environmental aspect to the Procurement Policy based on survey data. Reduce procurement where possible; buying local and making informed decisions prior to spend. Aim to reduce by year on year. Included within this is renewable energy procurement tariffs and services such as insurance providers and banking where possible – implement on a project-by- project stage.
# Trees Planted
In order to avert a climate catastrophe, research shows we must take CO2e out of the atmosphere. Inventors around the world are working on big machines to suck carbon out of the air and capture it underground. Meanwhile, nature already built those machines for us: They’re called trees, and they are a crucial part of protecting our climate.
Let’s face it, our fossil fuel-based system needs an upgrade. Instead of spewing CO2e until we run out of dead dinosaurs to burn, let’s go all-in on renewable technology now. That’s why solar is so important: it can bring electricity to millions while keeping fossil fuels in the ground.
Nearly half of the world still cooks over open fires, which is bad for the planet and bad for human lives. Air pollution from inefficient wood-burning stoves contributes to millions of deaths each year. These clean cook stoves, developed with the community, burn efficiently with less fuel, protecting people and the planet.