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 single-use plastic free by 2023. We will gain better understand of our plastics footprint, improve our recycling capabilities and become single-use plastic free in our catering and office spaces by 2020. "
- University of Leeds
"We pledge to reduce our total water consumptions (m3) by 15% relative to our 2009/10 baseline by August 2020. "
- Glyndwr University
"We pledge to annually reduce our carbon emissions by 3% relative to our 2009/10 baseline by August 2020. "
- Glyndwr University
"We pledge to undertake an external audit of our energy use in 1 Victoria Street in 2018 to support our ambition to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of the BEIS estate by 66% by 2020. "
- Department for Business,Energy and Industrial Strategy
"We pledge to end the use of single-use coffee cups from January 2019 in 1 Victoria Street, and phase out the majority of single use plastic on the BEIS estate by 2020."
- Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
"Born in September 2018, the Tech London Advocates Circular Economy Group pledges to recruit 100+ members from the private and public sector, and NGOs, by April 2019. We will hold monthly meetings and be part of the #greengb social media discussion. "
- Tech London Advocates Circular Economy
"We pledge to deliver a 15% reduction in our building-related CO2 emissions by 2021-22 against a 2015-16 baseline. "
- Surrey Police