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 be 100% carbon-neutral through the reduction of consumption, improved efficiency measures and carbon offsetting by July 2019. "
- amber energy
"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 pledge to reduce the carbon-intensity of electricity generated by a further 50% by 2030 based on 2018 levels - 75% down on 2016 levels."
- SSE plc
"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."
The Built Environment
"We pledge to enable our three key customers to save over 80% embedded carbon on large-scale sewage works upgrades, compared to current levels of embedded carbon of the civil processes put in to support ageing works."
- Greener Waste Technology
"We pledge to supply 25,000 tonnes of bioLPG to UK homes and businesses for both heat and transport by the end of 2019, saving 60,693 tonnes of carbon in the process."
- Calor Gas Limited
"We pledge to improve the commercial viability of heat network projects by reducing the capex predictions of external FEED studies in 2019 by a minimum of 10%."
- Nordic Heat