CarbonCulture Team

CarbonCulture Team

We're the people who work with you to make CarbonCulture programmes happen! Our team has a big mix of experience across user-centred design, science, software development, community management and communications. It's our aim to combine these in the best ways to create services that lead to real, measurable engagement and energy savings. The more input and feedback we get from you, the better CarbonCulture will be, so please check out the Blog and get involved!

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CarbonCulture Team says:

Unilever's 'Sustainable Living' brands generated 70% of turnover growth, and grew 46% faster than rest of business

11th May 2018
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CarbonCulture Team says:

Legal & General's new Climate Impact Pledge will incentivise businesses to step up to sustainable practices

8th May 2018
Illustration by Irene Rinaldi
CarbonCulture Team says:

Unilever CEO Paul Polman's reflection on the natural connection between staff engagement and sustainability, with findings and best practices from Unilever & peers.

1st August 2017
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