Over the last three years we have doubled the size of our team, included home working metrics and still reduced our scope 2 carbon emissions by 6%
We are working with the charity sector to accelerate climate action and last year spent 4.6% of our time volunteering and on pro-bono support
Changing our banking providers to reflect our commitment to Net Zero has reduced our scope 3 emissions by 7% over the last two years
94% of colleagues said that their line managers had discussed their progress and been clear about what they needed to do to develop their careers
The reality of our growing international client portfolio is that our travel emissions are increasing – we’re building ways to reduce this into our service delivery model
Did you know that everyone in our team can gain an up to three days extra holiday a year by walking or cycling to work?
Last year we changed our biggest supplier because they would not make a meaningful carbon reduction commitment
Our team survey showed that everyone (100%) agreed that colleagues treat them with respect and when they speak up at work their opinions are valued
“With your support we are able to continue delivering life changing services to vulnerable people of London.”
In January 2020, we launched our Climate Positive Plan. We were the first communications agency to make this pledge and to recognise our biggest opportunity of driving change is in partnership with our employees, clients, suppliers and wider community.
Along with our annual Client Disclosure Report, we have published the plan to encourage action from others and will report on it each year.
“This is a small company with a relatively small footprint when set against the others. nevertheless they appear to have taken a very thorough and holistic approach to make real change." "This is a lovely case study and a microcosm of the business model design approach that is needed across the business world. Certainly, the scale and scope of the various principles applied here would be different in other types of organisations or commerce, but there is a lot to be learnt from their commitment and experience.”
Management Today, Business Leadership Awards