The Institute conducts an ongoing review for consumers on companies that are genuinely reducing their carbon footprint and reaching their sustainability goals. Many companies claim to be climate friendly, but what actions have they really taken?
More and more consumers want information to make the right climate friendly buying choices.
Our ‘Climate Friendly Companies’ Twitter site is a popular source of consumer information.
The Climate Change Institute’s Review of Climate Friendly Companies is a well known source of consumer information.
With over 50,000 followers our ‘Carbon Neutral Consumer’ site is also very popular.
Many consumers want to buy products from genuinely climate friendly companies that are meeting their sustainability goals.
Being climate Friendly means that you are proactively reducing your footprint to help the environment and involves three basic steps:
Businesses that look to the future are realising the inevitable transition to a low carbon economy with growing pressure from government regulations and consumers.
CALCULATE carbon emissions and other greenhouse gases from activities.
REDUCE emissions wherever possible through increased efficiencies.
BALANCE your remaining emissions with carbon offsets.
Read about some of the companies in the review
The steel company is switching from coal to hydrogen power to purify iron ore, which will drastically cut carbon emissions. https://www.thyssenkrupp.com/en/company/sustainability Our understanding of sustainability…Read More
The California cement company is transitioning to low-carbon cement mixes and turning carbon emissions from other organisations into an important ingredient in its own materials….Read More
The company offsets its carbon emissions by investing in global programs to reduce carbon. https://www.willmottdixon.co.uk/sustainability We have been a purpose based sustainable company since 1852….Read More
Turner Construction Company
Committed to being a green builder, Turner is cutting on-site construction greenhouse gas emissions and water consumption in half by 2030.Read More
The household product manufacturer replaced nearly all of its coal power with natural gas and cut millions of pounds of waste from manufacturing its products.Read More
The company has an aggressive program to cut its footprint in half by 2030 and increase its sourcing from local suppliers.Read More
The airline has made large efforts to move towards renewable energy; all of the electricity purchased at its DFW headquarters now comes from renewable sources….Read More
Named the world’s most sustainable airline, ANA was the first global airline to issue Green Bonds to offset carbon emission and raise money for eco-friendly…Read More
The airline invested more than $16 billion to replace all of its airplanes with more fuel-efficient models and looks to continually lower its carbon emissions….Read More
The farming equipment company aims to recycle 85% of materials and reduce carbon emissions on 90% of new products to create sustainable inventory.Read More
Bell resources is an Australian company that is making an outstanding contribution to fighting climate change with innovative clean energy & electric vehicle charging under…Read More