Nine more companies join the Count Us In Employee Challenge

The Count Us In Employee Challenge has gained several new participating organisations in the shape of BCG, Bloomberg, Deloitte, Goldman Sachs, Kyan, NatWest Group, Ooni, ScottishPower and Spectris.

The Challenge brings together leading businesses to encourage their employees to commit to meaningful, personal actions that work towards global net-zero goals. All large global businesses that have joined the Count Us In Employee Challenge have joined the Race to Zero, making public commitments to reduce emissions across all scopes in line with the Paris Agreement.

Nigel Topping, who launched the initiative in June 2021, said: “It’s incredible to see companies harnessing the creativity and potential of their employees by joining the Count Us In Employee Challenge in this all-hands-on-deck moment. This is a powerful example of systemic change in action – individuals and organisations all playing their part to help create a zero carbon world in time.”

The initiative is being delivered in collaboration with climate action platforms, including A-World, BrightAction, Do Nation, Deedster, eevie, Giki Zero, Joro and Joulebug and Pawprint. With a collective impact of 100 million employees taking action has the potential to match the carbon cuts required by the entire global shipping and chemicals industry to be on a net-zero pathway by 2030, or the entire emissions of Switzerland from now until 2025.

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