By measuring, reducing, and offsetting their own environmental impact, companies can make a difference in ecosystems' conservation and in the pursuit of sustainable development.
Climate changes are tangible, and individuals and companies’ responsibility is strategic to front them. In this context, companies’ clear awareness of their emissions is crucial.
In Adivent we have developed a system for quantifying the climate footprint of advertising campaigns in compliance with the international standard ISO 14067 and international standards on life cycle assessment.
We help companies in the mitigation and offsetting phase of greenhouse gas emissions from advertising campaigns, so as to bring business activities in line with European and global environmental policies. This is achieved by joining recognized and certified forestry, energy efficiency, ecological transition, sustainable development projects.
By Maeve Campbell • Updated: 19/07/2021 A return flight from London to Cape Town generates roughly the same amount of C02 emissions, per passenger, as it would take to heat the average home for a year. On a Boeing 777, as used by British Airways for the route, that’s 396 passengers or the greenhouse gas output of 396… Read more »Read more
by Melissa Zepeda Purchasing trends show that people prioritize environmental impact when buying. Our move towards companies that share our interest in protecting the planet comes at a time when the choice is becoming more and more of a no-brainer. No matter what we are looking for, there is almost always an option that is… Read more »Read more
Nick CareyChristoph Steitz LONDON, July 14 (Reuters) – The European Union on Wednesday proposed an effective ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2035, aiming to speed up the switch to zero-emission electric vehicles (EVs) as part of a broad package of measures to combat global warming. The EU executive, the… Read more »Read more