Datagraphic’s goal remains to become carbon neutral and to help its customers achieve their environmental ambitions.To support this goal the company holds ISO 14001 accreditation and challenges everyone in the organisation to do more for the benefit of people and the planet.
As part of Datagraphic’s approach to take responsibility for its impact on the environment, it has once again partnered with climate and sustainable development experts ClimateCare to offset carbon emissions from unavoidable business travel and energy consumption.
“We work with forward-thinking organisations to turn their climate responsibilities into positive outcomes. Our trademark Climate+Care approach helps organisations take a smart approach to addressing their environmental impacts by offsetting their carbon emissions through projects which also support sustainable development”.
Emissions are being offset with a portfolio of ClimateCare carbon projects, including two world-leading clean cooking projects in Kenya and Ghana. These initiatives not only cut carbon emissions, helping tackle climate change, they improve lives by halving fuel bills for families and reducing exposure to toxic fumes which kill more people each year than malaria and tuberculosis. By cutting fuel requirements the projects also reduce deforestation, protecting precious habitat.
“It’s important for us to work with experts in this sector, and with over 20 years’ experience running some of the most innovative and largest voluntary carbon offset programmes in the world, ClimateCare was the obvious choice. Working with them allows us to improve our carbon footprint and integrate action to tackle climate change, whilst making a difference to people’s lives.” Glyn King, Group Managing Director.
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Datagraphic is a leading UK provider of secure document automation solutions.
A partner to many of the UK’s best known names, Datagraphic, helps people at work automate their document processing with flexible and secure end-to-end print and digital document solutions.
With more than 30 years’ experience in the sector, Datagraphic is at the forefront of multi-channel communications leading the way in delivering data-driven, customer, employee and supplier facing documents.
A certified Climate Aware company, Datagraphic works hard to be a good corporate neighbour, and continuously seeks more sustainable ways to do business for the benefit of people and the planet.
Centrally located across two sites in the UK (Chesterfield, Derbyshire & Rugby, Warwickshire), Datagraphic’s production and technology centres host a team fanatical about information security. They not only comply with recognised standards such as ISO 27001 & C&CCC Standard 55 but pro-actively manage the safety of all data and documents.
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ClimateCare is a profit with purpose business which works with forward-thinking organisations to help turn their climate responsibilities into positive outcomes. Since 1997, ClimateCare and its partners have cut over 43 million tonnes of CO2 and improved quality of life for more than 41 million people around the world.
ClimateCare has more than 20 years’ experience as a leader in the global carbon markets and climate change sector. They work with major public and private sector clients to fund sustainable development projects that reduce carbon emissions at scale, measurably increase quality of life and deliver towards the UN Global Goals.
ClimateCare also advises on a range of climate change mitigation and adaptation subjects, from large scale implementation to national climate change policies.
ClimateCare develops cost-efficient, high impact, Climate+Care programmes to tackle poverty, improve health, and protect the environment.
ClimateCare is currently ranked the number one B Corp in the UK – B Corp is a global movement of more than 2,500 purpose-driven companies that are using business as a force for good. ClimateCare operates globally from offices in Oxford, UK, and Nairobi, Kenya.