The scarcity of resources and the impact of their use mean that the digital infrastructure, digital products and services of tomorrow will have to be radically different. In line with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, we help organisations succeed in this transition towards carbon neutrality, and being climate positive.EFWA and United Nations Sustainable Goals (pdf)
We work with businesses, organisations and networks around the world to help them lead the way to a more sustainable future. Implementing EFWA standards is another way for you to demonstrate your credentials to customers, employees and stakeholders, and showcase your commitment to sustainability by reducing the carbon footprint and energy consumption of your organisation’s website and digital platforms and infrastructure.What can we do about it?
A pioneering, university-led innovation network, bringing large businesses, SMEs and universities together to tackle industry-specific problems around the themes of energy, waste and water.
Pledge 1% is a global movement to inspire, educate, and empower every company to be a force for good.
Registered with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs). Active advocates, as part of United Nations Race to Zero.
Strategic Doing enables leaders to design and guide new networks that generate innovative solutions. In today’s world, collaboration is essential to meet the complex challenges we face.
A network of more than 9,000 tech leaders, entrepreneurs and experts in London, across the UK and in over 50 countries worldwide. Part of Tech for Zero Initiative.
One Tree Planted is a 501 charity with a mission to help global reforestation efforts.
Connecting impact investors and industry professionals to companies committed to the infrastructure development and technological advancement of projects aligned with the UNSDGs.
An initiative of the International Chamber of Commerce, the Exponential Roadmap Initiative, the We Mean Business coalition and the United Nations Race to Zero campaign. The SME Climate Hub has also joined forces with Oxford University’s Net Zero Climate Research.