Reducing environmental impact
How can you reduce your footprint?
After calculating the footprint, it is time to take action. There are dozens of ways to make your business more sustainable and thus reduce your footprint. Many companies are struggling with the question of what can be best deployed with regard to CO2-reduction and how this reduction can be achieved.
Whether it is about reducing waste, opting for sustainable alternatives or reducing energy consumption: we put you in touch with the most innovative businesses of their kind to bring down the footprint.
Is your company in the start-up phase of sustainability and are you curious about how to involve your employees? Then the Sustainable Start Session is great for your organisation.
The importance of involving empoyees in a sustainability project
Employee engagement increases the success rate of sustainability policies. Moreover, companies with engaged employees are proven to be more innovative, productive and profitable. However, the right knowledge to guide this process is not always in-house. With the Sustainable Start Session, we guide your organisation through the process of becoming a sustainable business, by looking at your sustainability efforts together with your staff.
This is the start you need if you are looking to make your business more sustainable. Get in touch with us and request the Sustainable Start Session for a green start.
Your footprint impacts the footprint of your supply chain partners, and vice versa. The emissions from the whole life cycle together determine the total environmental impact of a product. Achieving climate-neutral production requires efforts from every part of the chain to become more sustainable; from production and suppliers to retail and trade. This is exactly why we launched the Horti Footprint Circle (previously Horti Footprint Chain Program) for the horticulture sector.
Within the chain cooperation program, we work together on the basis of the footprint calculation to reduce environmental impact in a targeted way. Because every link in the chain participates in the footprint calculation, it is possible to identify the components where the footprint can be improved. We then work in a targeted way to reduce and, where necessary, offset total emissions with the aim of achieving climate-neutral horticulture products by 2030.