We have joined the SME Climate Hub
Puzzle Kitchens Ltd announce today that they have become one of the first companies to join the SME Climate Hub, a new groundbreaking one-stop-shop climate action platform for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to curb carbon emissions, build business resilience and take climate leadership.
The SME Climate Hub is co-hosted by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the Exponential Roadmap Initiative, the We Mean Business coalition and the United Nations Race to Zero campaign, and has received support from several supply chain leaders, including BT Group, Ericsson, IKEA, Telia and Unilever, as well as funding support from Amazon and Verizon.
We joins the SME Climate Hub and commit to halve greenhouse gas emissions before 2030 towards net zero before 2050.
About the SME Climate Hub
The SME Climate Hub is an initiative founded by the International Chamber of Commerce, the Exponential Roadmap Initiative, the We Mean Business coalition and the UNFCCC Race to Zero campaign, with the aim of supporting small and medium-sized businesses to build business resilience. The SME Climate Hub provides a one-stop-shop for SMEs to commit to climate action and access tools, incentives and other resources designed to make it easier than ever for small and medium-sized businesses to cut carbon emissions, bring innovative green solutions to market and build business resilience.
About the SME Climate Commitment:
The SME Climate Hub provides any business with less than 500 employees with the opportunity to publicly demonstrate its commitment to climate action by signing the SME Climate Commitment. Making the commitment means that your business will start to take immediate climate action in order to:
Halve greenhouse gas emissions before 2030
Achieve net zero emissions before 2050
Disclose progress on a yearly basis
For more information about the SME Climate Commitment, visit: https://www.smeclimatehub.org/sme-climate-commitment
OUR VALUES AND COMMITMENT
- FSC certified and PEFC approved manufacturing in the supply chain
- New energy efficient LED lighting in the showroom
- 100% green renewable electricity in the showroom
- Company vehicle runs on efficient E10 fuel
- No single-use plastic within the showroom or in any products
- Recyclable or biodegradable paper and accessories used
- Promotional materials printed from recycled or FSC certified products.
- Minimising the need to recycle paper by using a dedicated online account platform
- Selling your old kitchen to reduce landfill waste
- Consumer products to help them reduce their carbon footprint and waste
- Offsetting carbon by donating to plant trees
- Commitment to carbon neutrality through government programs such as SME Climate Hub