We’re committed to net-zero by 06/2030
At AndAnotherDay, we’re committing to reach net-zero emissions by 2030. This means limiting our company’s carbon footprint in line with keeping global warming to below 1.5°C – the critical level of heating to avoid the worst impacts of the climate crisis.
The commitments we’re making
As part of our net-zero commitment, we will:
- Measure all our global organisation’s greenhouse gas emissions, including scope 3, and report them publicly each year.
- Publish more details about how we plan to reach net zero by the end of 2030, including setting a net-zero target date by 2050 at the absolute latest, and an interim target(s).
- Appoint a member of our executive team to be responsible and accountable for our net-zero target.
- Communicate our climate commitments in other meaningful ways, including to our customers.
- Report our progress on short and medium-term targets to our Board annually, and on our website.
2nd January 2023
Our 2022 data has been submitted to netzeronow for assessment and we are awaiting the the results.
It has now been a year since we left our Victorian ballroom for 100% remote working so we are still offsetting if this older (worse data).
When the data has been processed, we will be able to share the latest versions of our Climate Impact Report and a new Emissions Reduction Plan.
In the meantime, we are using Green Future Project for our offsetting for our 2021 data.
Green Future Project
- 16.56t total CO2 offset
- 280 trees planted
- 100m2 area protected
- 21000 kWh clean energy produced
Affordable And Clean Energy
Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all
Decent Work And Economic Growth
Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all
Life Below Water
Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development
21 December 2021
Our report for the previous year can be found here.
70%of emissions were created from office utilities
AndAnotherDay’s emissions from office utilities came to 10 tonnes of CO2e.
2.46t CO2e per employee
AndAnotherDay’s total footprint equates to 2.46 tonnes CO2e per employee. The average footprint for a person in the UK is 12.7 tonnes per year, with about 20% of that (2.5t) associated with work emissions.