Digital isn’t always green, but it can be.
How we work
Scope 3 emissions can account for over 90% of your organisation’s carbon footprint. We measure the impact that digital has on these emissions and provide actionable reduction strategies across all areas of your business.
Through sustainability initiatives, policies and procedures, we ensure your carbon reduction and business goals remain aligned.
Our training empowers deep collaboration between teams, driving collective action to reduce your digital carbon footprint and help reach your net zero goal.
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If the internet was a country, it would be the world’s 7th biggest polluter.
Organisations worldwide are pledging to reach net zero without a tailored strategy that measures and reduces their digital emissions effectively. We can provide you with a number of simple yet effective steps to reduce your Scope 3 emissions.
Our expertise in sustainable design, strategy and policy will ensure you are tackling your digital carbon emissions across all areas of your organisation.
Our strategies are uniquely tailored to your business, ensuring that stakeholders are on board from the outset.
What is a digital carbon footprint?
A digital carbon footprint is the amount of emissions that are created by all digital touchpoints surrounding your organisation. They are included as part of Scope 3 emissions, but are often overlooked. Reducing these emissions can have a significant impact on your achieving your sustainability goals ahead of schedule.
On average, over 250,000 new websites launch on the internet every day, joining a staggering 1.18 billion already in existence.
Here’s where to begin.
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The ICT industry makes up 10% of the world’s electricity consumption, and is predicted to double by 2025.
Let’s reach digital net zero together
We’d love to give you an actionable plan to reduce your carbon footprint across the entire digital landscape. Email us at email@example.com or fill in the form below and we’ll be in touch.