As part of Coeus' commitment to remaining a carbon neutral company, the IT advisory has signed up to ClimatePartner, a leader in solutions for corporate climate action.
ClimatePartner helps companies calculate and reduce their carbon emissions, as well as offset unavoidable emissions through a portfolio of recognised carbon offset projects, enabling them to become climate neutral.
ClimatePartner provides innovative digital solutions to members by providing them with a unique QR code that enables customers or employees to view details on the company’s current carbon footprint reduction strategies, including any offsetting projects being supported. The offset information is regularly monitored and approved by TUV Austria.
Scan the QR code below to view Coeus’ current carbon offsetting activities:
Coeus is currently contributing towards the following UN Sustainable Development Goals:
- Good Health and Well-Being Forests are sources of human inspiration and enjoyment, the positive health effect of staying in the forest has been scientifically proven. They also reduce the noise and the number of pollutants in the air.
- Clean Water and Sanitation Forest creation is ensuring clean and abundant groundwater, as well as improving the watercourses that run through the woodland area.
- Sustainable Cities and Communities Forests are the home to people across the United Kingdom. All of us depend on forests as sources of food, medicine, and sustainable livelihoods. They also protect from avalanches, flooding, erosion, and floods.
- Climate Action Woodland creation is helping to remove CO2 from the atmosphere while providing benefits in local and global climate.
- Life on Land Forest creation is boosting the refuges of local biodiversity.To find out more about Coeus current projects, please view here
Coeus’ CIO & IT Leadership Survey this year looked at ‘The Critical Role Of Technology Leaders In Delivering On Sustainability Targets'. View the survey report here
To view how Coeus helps its clients with IT Sustainability, view here