THE TECH ZERO TASKFORCE
We’ve joined 14 of the fastest-growing tech companies in the UK to create the Tech Zero taskforce and, together, we’re taking bold steps to tackle the climate crisis.
Together, our work will make it easier for other companies to set and reach their own net zero targets in the lead up to COP26 – the UN Climate Conference being held in the UK this November.
The taskforce; Babylon Health, Bulb, Citymapper, Faculty, GoCardless, Habito, Hopin, Moneysupermarket Group, OLIO, Onfido, Revolut, Tech Nation, what3words, Wise and Andrew Griffith MP.
As part of our Net Zero commitment we will:
✓ Publish a detailed action plan to reaching Net Zero 2030 by the end of 2021
✓ Measure all emissions in our supply chain and report them publicly each year from 2022 onwards
✓ Continually work to reduce our emissions as a priority, offsetting what cannot be reduced or removed by 2030
To keep warming below 1.5°C - and avoid the worst impacts of the climate crisis - we’re committed to removing all emissions we possibly can from our supply chain by 2030 and offsetting any that cannot be eliminated immediately
We’ve made a start already
we switched our kitchen and HQ to 100% renewable energy and conducted a Life Cycle Assessment to better understand the impact of our meals. We were thrilled to find that, for example, the percentage decrease in global warming potential from a typical Beef Chilli to our Smoky Soul Chilli is 80%.
We’re also part of the B Corp Climate Collective, a group of more than 500 B Corps who have set Net Zero 2030 targets. So far, it’s the world’s biggest collective effort from businesses on climate action.
But there is more to do and we will be posting updates on our journey to Net Zero here!
Business as a force for good
Working towards net zero 2030
Making nature everyone's business