The Mission Possible Pledge Wall
Brought to you in association with the UK Government's Green GB Week, the Mission Possible Pledge Wall showcases the growing list of sustainable business commitments being made under the five campaign pillars of Energy, Resources, Mobility, The Built Environment and Business Leadership.
No Mission Possible Pledge is too small or too ambitious for the Wall - so long as it is a new, measurable action that the pledger believes will help their organisation on its mission to achieve a sustainable future.
Scroll through the Mission Possible pledges and filter by industry, campaign pillar and date below. And join the Mission by making a new commitment of your own.
"We pledge to revolutionise our 500-strong fleet of John Lewis & Partners and Waitrose & Partners delivery trucks, turning current diesel lorries into bio-methane clean machines by 2028."
- John Lewis Partnership
"We pledge to electrify our own fleet – currently around 1,500 vehicles – by 2030. This doubles the objective set by the Government by that same deadline."
- EDF Energy
"We commit to investing in existing and new technologies and trialling low or zero-emission vehicles, to reduce our emissions by 20 per cent by 2020– 21, against a 2004–05 baseline."
- Royal Mail Group
"By 2020, 20% of the company’s UK fleet will be electric. We will introduce 395 electric vehicles across the business, and will also invest more than £600,000 into an EV charge point infrastructure at our offices, customers sites and employees homes."
"We pledge to install 100 Ecogen hybrid units onto 100 Tractor units that are currently using diesel transport refrigeration systems. "
- Cold Connect Ltd
"As a sole trader, I pledge to ensure at least 50% of all of my in- person meetings are staged remotely, negating the need for car travel or public transport and thus reducing emissions."
- Adrian Ashton
"We pledge to have 200 Jaguar I-Pace electric vehicles delivering a zero-emission chauffeur service operating from Heathrow Airport by August 2019. "