As an agency, we’re seeing an increase in businesses and organisations looking to put sustainability at the forefront of their brand, and we wanted to create a simple tool to help you check that the people and organisations you’re working with have similar ambitions.
While the UK looks to slowly ease lockdown restrictions to restart the economy, business is gradually being ramped back up. While the Government considers how the country will recover from the effects of COVID-19, a group of purpose-driven businesses are calling for the health of our planet to be put at the heart of all recovery business decisions.
If you ask us, purpose is the most effective tool in business. Purpose isn’t something you can touch but it’s the foundations for businesses who want to be a force for good. Here are a number of ways purpose can be communicated internally:
Developing countries need trees more than ever. This is why we’re continuing our tree planting efforts and planting a tree for every new follower on our Instagram page until the end of Earth Day.
With all this time spent at home, there’s no need to feel powerless – let’s make the best out of a bad situation and use our extra time at home for positive change.
Today we’ve never been prouder to be Bristolian. Today, our beautiful city welcomed a true Enviral hero – Greta. Having inspired and mobilised an entire generation to act on the climate crisis, Greta today stood shoulder to shoulder with Bristol Youth Strike for Climate in protesting for the future of our planet.
Climate anxiety. Apocalypse fatigue. Climate depression. Eco Anxiety. Whatever you call it, overwhelm at the state of our planet has never been higher. So, how do we communicate the climate crisis without causing this?