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 deliver 80% carbon reduction of Scope 1 & 2 emissions, and to procure 100% of electricity in our global offices from renewable sources by 2030."
"We pledge to eliminate single use plastic from our operational footprint and within our catered services, focusing on 5 of the largest items (containers, coffee cups, vend cups, cutlery & straws) by 2025, with an interim target of 50% in "
"We pledge to invest 100% of all money raised by Green Angel Syndicate exclusively into early stage companies supporting the green economy."
- Green Angel Syndicate
"We pledge to replace all single-use plastic cups in every hot drinks dispenser with compostable or paper cups, saving three million plastic cups a year, as part of ongoing efforts to reduce consumption of single-use plastics across our UK offices."
- KPMG LLP
"We pledge to invest £250m into the UK’s thriving renewable energy infrastructure, investing in solar parks and wind farms around the country."
- HSBC UK Pensions Scheme
"We pledge to make our Airport Industrial Property Unit Trust real estate fund carbon-neutral by 2025."
- Aberdeen Standard Investments
"We pledge to save hundreds and thousands of pieces of paper by transferring more investments and pensions between providers online."
- Hargreaves Lansdown
"We pledge to procure 100% of electricity in our global offices from renewable sources by 2020."
- Standard Life Aberdeen
The Built Environment
"Deloitte has targeted the highest sustainability standards in our new London headquarters, optimising environmental performance and maximising wellbeing design. From today, we pledge to apply the same principles to all future UK office fit-outs."
"We pledge to obtain 100% of our future controlled energy contracts from green sources. Additionally, all water cups will be changed from plastic to paper and all hot food cartons will be recyclable and biodegradable in all of our on-site canteens."
- Admiral Group