Net Zero talent
Although we may be the world’s first, we hope we will not be the world’s only for long. We hope taking the lead on carbon policy in the talent sector will inspire others to follow.
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Our Net Zero story
At Bond, the future encompasses everything we do, and we are compelled to work towards creating a cleaner, brighter future – just like so many of our partners!
We’re committed to leaving a smaller print on the planet as we grow a successful business.
However, if we where going to do this is it had to be authentic, not just planting a few trees and shouting about it on LinkedIn. We needed real, certifiable action!
Just like that, our Net Zero mission was born!
Since 2021, we’ve been certified as a CarbonNeutral company through Climate Impact Partners. We measure our carbon footprint and offset what we cannot reduce.
Climate Impact Partners have over 22 years of experience working with businesses such as Bond to achieve carbon neutrality.
Of the carbon footprinting scopes:
- As a homeworking business, we do not have any applicable emissions in Scopes 1 or 2 (mandatory for reporting)
- All of our emissions (currently) are included in Scope 3 (a recommended, optional scope for reporting)
Even if we do not have anything applicable for Scopes 1 or 2, we feel it is important to commit to certifying our carbon footprint every year.
Our carbon footprint for 2021/22 showed we emit 0.4 tonnes CO2e per Bond employee for a total of 21.5 tonnes CO2e.
Compared to the average of 3.6 tonnes per employee, we are really proud of naturally reducing our footprint to below this.
Our next challenge; keeping it minimal as we scale!
Carbon off setting
Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve
This Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) project preserves carbon-dense tropical peat swamp by helping to halt deforestation of roughly 65,000 hectares of forest which was originally slated for conversion to palm oil plantations.
The project focuses on both community development – encompassing 2,500 households living within the project area – and biodiversity conservation, particularly the protection of the 105,000 endangered Borneo Orangutans.
This project has been validated to contribute to all 17 of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
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