This month, the UN’s IPCC released the third and final section of its Sixth Assessment Report on climate change. Prepared by hundreds of authors from 65 countries, the report is a ‘file of shame’ for failed carbon pledges. It states that there must be “rapid, deep and immediate” cuts in carbon dioxide emissions. According to […]
26/02/2022¦ 7:00PM – 10:00PM Tickets on sale early August! Our top achieving business and individuals each year are invited as our guests with up to four tickets each to the awards and afterparty (businesses max 12 tickets).The LEAFY Awards celebrate all that’s been achieved that year in a movement toward a fully sustainable society. The […]
Would you like to be rewarded for being greener? There are plenty of ways to do so, however, one way that many people don’t think of is via their own home.
Greenleaf TDG are extremely excited to announce a partnership with the 2020 Bob Willis Trophy winners, Essex County Cricket Club – becoming a Premium Essex Cricket Business Club Partner. Greenleaf plan to help Essex extend their continued on-field success into the sustainability movement.
A bit more about the Semi-Certified Network, our ethics and how we plan to tackle some business stereotypes
A lot of sustainability and environmentalism comes down to an ethical code and issues in the area have tended to come from interpretation and manipulation of ethics to suit unscrupulous methods of making profit. We’d like to make it clear that though we’re coming out with a network that is largely semi-certified, we have in no way dropped the thresholds in our vetting standards.
Ok, I understand green noise but how can I trust your Semi-Certified Network hasn’t fallen for it? And who made you judge, jury and executioner?
An environmental purist will tell you that any company started after 1992, who hasn’t taken environmental sustainability as part of their core values and activity from their inception; or any business who didn’t start making the turn towards being green then, is the equivalent of a blood diamond – and we certainly empathise with this.