Climate Take Back

29 May, 2019

A Little More Conversation, A Lot More Action Please

If we stop for a moment to think about the positives, the awareness of climate change is greater than it’s ever been. The magnitude of the recent protests in London and cities across the UK is just one indicator of this. But it’s not just the scale of those demonstrations which took people by surprise, it was also the people taking part. It was people like you and me. People who have had enough of living with the status quo and want to make a real difference.

23 October, 2018

Taking Global Action for Climate Change

Corporations around the world are taking dramatic actions to impact our climate. More ambitious than ever, the focus goes way beyond reducing our carbon footprint, pushing for net zero emissions and even becoming carbon negative. States and regions, cities, businesses and investors are leading the charge on pushing down global emissions by 2020, setting the…

24 July, 2018

How the Next Generation is Tackling Global Warming

In November of last year, we announced our support of a student-led competition inspired by Paul Hawken’s Project Drawdown, which identifies 100 of the most substantive solutions to reverse global warming. A panel of judges from Net Impact and Interface recently judged the projects and found four projects to be outstanding, all in the field of food waste or regenerative agriculture.

18 June, 2018

Taking a New Perspective on Climate Protection

Project Drawdown Launches in Europe “It is time for Europe to reframe its climate protection efforts,” said German Energy Agency Chief Andreas Kuhlmann, at the recent Drawdown Europe launch in Berlin. “Project Drawdown shows how this can be done in a way that encourages cooperation, understanding and action. It is an exceptional coalition of some…

24 April, 2018

Rethinking the World’s Waste Dilemma

China’s shift in recycling waste plastic Recently, the door closed to what was, until now, the dominant market for recycling waste plastic. In 2017, the People’s Republic of China announced that it would no longer accept 24 categories of recyclables and solid waste, instead replacing imported materials with recycled material collected domestically. In the previous…

27 March, 2018

GreenBiz 2018: The New Carbon Economy and Other Observations

At this year’s GreenBiz event, our Chief Sustainability Officer Erin Meezan participated in a panel called “Building a New Carbon Economy: Strategies for Turning Waste Carbon from Liability to Asset.” We sat down to unravel what that really means and how businesses can work alongside academia, non-government organisations and government to build this new “economy.”…