Sustainability is a hot topic at Ninety and one that has been debated and considered by our whole team. It is a subject we work with clients on and talk about passionately in internal meetings. We have seen how now more than ever, we need to ensure that we are doing all we can in this space. This has pushed us to turn the sustainability lens on ourselves to examine how we might do our bit. Of course, sustainability has many facets. For us, the most important one to tackle right now was the environment.
And so, in September, Ninety became Carbon Negative through Dodo. Our partnership with Dodo allows Ninety to automatically measure, analyse and reduce our emissions so that we can make a positive impact on the planet.
What does Carbon Negative mean?
Each month Ninety will offset 125% of our carbon footprint so that the company is capturing more CO2 than it is releasing into the planet. Our carbon footprint is largely made up of travel, office operations, general services and employee commuting. Since this has changed so much over the last number of weeks, we have also included the emissions of all our employees who are working from home.
Ninety is committed to capturing these emissions, and through Dodo, we will invest in carbon capturing projects across the world. We’ve chosen these projects not just for their impact on climate change but also for supporting the wider UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Each project has multiple benefits for the wider community such as job creation, proving cleaner water and reducing inequality.
Check our progress
We’re proud to be part of Dodo’s vision to reduce 400m tones or 1% of the world’s CO2 emissions by 2025. You can check out our Sustainability Profile here where we will be tracking our journey to becoming a more sustainable company.