Green Pledge

red10 has 5 Green Pledges

In 2021 we made 5 Green pledges. We updated these 6-Sep-2023 and intend to now update annually.

We’d like your feedback on our pledges as we continue to learn how to be even Greener.

And our consultants have created a shared list of the personal changes they are making.

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Green Pledge #1: Follow the Energy

  • Our two company directors currently mainly work from home, and their offices use 100% renewable electricity and 100% carbon neutral gas. They are in the process of converting their house to remove the use of gas.
  • In Sep 2023, we calculated our scope 1 and scope 2 emissions as being almost zero.

Green Pledge #2: Follow the Travel

  • We changed our two company cars in Aug 2021 to be 100% electric. Whenever possible, we aim to fill them with renewable electric.
  • We will encourage our clients to use the virtual meeting approach we learnt during the pandemic, whenever possible.
  • Where travel is necessary, we commit to carbon offsetting so that the travel is carbon negative.
  • In Sep 2023, we chose 2019 as our base year for our commitment to the Science Based Target Initiative (SBTi). We calculated our scope 3 emissions as 43.5 tCO2e. We have committed to a 46% reduction by 2030. We will publish our emissions annually.

Green Pledge #3: Follow the Money

  • All of our business bank accounts get a green rating on, i.e. they are banks that do not hold work with, nor invest in, fossil fuel companies.
  • Our company directors have moved their pensions into ESG certified portfolios.

Green Pledge #4: Follow the Clients

  • We will not work with fossil fuel clients, nor with tobacco companies

Green Pledge #5: Follow the Suppliers

  • We are sharing our Green Pledge with our main suppliers, and asking them to share their Green Pledges with us.

Follow the #LittleGreenThings

Our consultants are building a list of the #littlegreenthings they are personally doing:

  • Choosing a renewable energy tariff/provider
  • Air source heat pump
  • Solar panels for hot water and electricity
  • Helping to manage local green spaces, orchards and woods for biodiversity
  • Bars of soap, not plastic bottles of hand wash
  • Refillable bottles
  • Sourcing recycled furniture
  • Buy seasonal produce
  • Consciously avoid over-packaged purchases
  • Buy toilet paper and kitchen roll from Who Gives a Crap
  • Tea bags from Tea Pig – giving back to communities who help bring us tea
  • Using Smol Products for dishwasher, cleaning, surface-sprays, etc..
    Using plastic free toothpaste tablets from Wesmyle
    Using recyclable razors from Gruum

Your feedback and suggestions on our Green Pledge are very welcome – please contact us.

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