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, we are constantly looking to the future, and are compelled to play our part in working towards a cleaner, brighter future.
We are committed to reducing our impact on the environment as we grow a successful business.
However, if we where going to do this is it had to be authentic. We didn’t want to just plant a few trees through a website and shout about it on LinkedIn.
So we decided we had to be certified and fully commit to our Net Zero mission.
At Bond we have worked hard to reduce our carbon footprint naturally. We have also partnered with Natural Capital Partners to evaluate and certify our footprint. In areas where we can’t reduce our carbon footprint we are offsetting our carbon emissions.
This process involved calculating scopes 1, 2 and 3 emissions.
Scopes 1 and 2 focus on the mandatory reporting emissions
We went further…
We have included several voluntary Scope 3 emitting activities which we believe provides a more accurate carbon footprint, including accounting for homeworking as we are a fully remote business.
We have managed to reduce our footprint to 0.6 T of carbon per employee. The average is estimated to be 5.5 tonnes per employee.
We are really proud of managing to naturally reduce our footprint to this level. Now the challenge is on to keep it there 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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