A strategic framework for businesses to reach net zero

For many years Interface has been an active partner of the Cambridge Institute of Sustainable Leaders (CISL). Together we have championed policy change and shared the Interface story with thousands of learners.

On the eve of the UNFCCC Paris Agreement anniversary we are once again proud to partner with CISL in knowledge sharing to support the development of climate neutral business planning framework. Alongside Unilever, Danone, and IKEA, with a foreword from CISL’s Patron, HRH The Prince of Wales, Interface took part in this framework curation to show successful business does not have to come at the expense of the climate.

Within the framework, we explore how the supply chain has played a crucial role in reimagining how manufacturers can create products that are more sustainable, and respond to a climate emergency. By using carbon as a resource Interface has transformed how we make our flooring products. Through innovation and partnership, we have made carbon neutral a minimum standard across our portfolio and we are focused on our next goal of carbon negative products. This is only the beginning. As a company we have committed to become a carbon negative enterprise by 2040.

To read more about the contribution of Interface and our CISL partners to the CISL framework download the report here.

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