Sustainability training and engagement solutions
Engage your stakeholders to increase your climate impact
Ensuring that your team is aligned to deliver your sustainability strategy is critical for success
Sustainability training is crucial for creating a sustainable future, minimising environmental impact, promoting social responsibility, and achieving long-term business success.
How we can support your stakeholder engagement
Learn from experts in sustainability and help your teams gain the skills needed to develop effective strategies for the future.
Carbon Literacy Training delivers action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Carbon Literate employees understand how climate change will affect them and your organisation. They will also acquire the knowledge and skills to lower their carbon footprint at home and work.
Custom sustainability workshops and training courses
Engage your workforce and give them the sustainable skills needed to support your net zero programme. We deliver custom workshops for finance teams, procurement departments, marketing functions and leadership teams.
Review and develop your sustainability strategy
Only 11% of sustainability programmes make it from intent to action largely due to a lack of support. We help you to create a framework to focus investment and drive performance, as well as engage internal and external stakeholders.
The UK Carbon Border Tax: Advancing Global Climate Action
Find out what the outcome of the UK Carbon Border Tax consultation could mean for your business.
PULSAR are providing the work wear industry with a sustainable alternative
PULSAR is a work wear manufacturing company, their team are technical garment specialists and are ready to help and work out solutions to problems. The company has been engaging in sustainability since 2019/2020, but engaged with the Positive Planet team to gain the knowledge and expertise to take their sustainable actions to the next level.
Aberdeen FC to eliminate over 2,800 tonnes of CO2 by 2030
The Dons are aiming to slash emissions by 50%, equivalent to the energy consumption of around 2,250 households, through their continued work with Positive Planet.