Green steps by our clients
Associations and membership organisations across industries are implementing their own initiatives in order to play their part in tackling climate change. Many have joined forces in sector schemes such as Climate Action For Associations and the SME Climate Hub.
In this final blog we share examples from a selection of our clients on the steps that they are taking to become greener.
Promoting sector sustainability is at the heart of the IOM3’s purpose.
Throughout 2021 they have been running a series of virtual events, podcasts and editorial content on the theme of Sustainable Future.
The Bar Sustainability network is a Bar Council initiative which provides a range of services and support for chambers, Inns and others to help them transition to a more sustainable way of working – saving not just carbon emissions but costs.
The UK’s technology trade association believes that digital tech can play a key role in the race to net zero emissions and has an active climate change programme.
It has signed up to the SME Climate Hub, and will take immediate action to halve emissions by 2030 and achieve net zero before 2050.
The Climate Strategy and Resilience Council provides strategic direction for their climate programme.
BMRA is a trade association that represents 270 metal recycling organisations in the UK and abroad.
Recycling is at the heart of their purpose and they support sustainability initiatives including Global Recycling Day.
The FMB believes that the UK needs to decarbonise its homes and buildings in order to meet the government’s legal commitment to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
It is campaigning for a national retrofit strategy that sets out how to upgrade the country’s housing stock to the highest levels of energy efficiency.
Representing over 80 artists and estates, the gallery is actively working to be a zero carbon organisation with a vision to build sustainable practices into everything they do.
Their commitments include reducing absolute greenhouse gas emissions (energy and fuel) by a minimum of 50 percent by 2030.
The IWFM’s online sustainability hub contains a variety of research, insight, guidance, inspiration, resources, and more to help their profession tackle the global crisis.
Their 2021 Sustainability Survey Report highlighted a worrying gap between intent and action in the sector.
In 2020 IstructE joined with 27 other professional bodies in a pledge to tackle climate change.
Read more about the actions they are taking and the work of their Climate Emergency Task Group.
The NUJ is committed to educating members about the climate emergency and to campaigning with a range of organisations to promote initiatives for a greener, fairer economy.
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