Here is an excerpt of our client list:
From May to November 2018, Poseidon validated reduce's function at the Ben & Jerry's Scoop Store in London's Soho district. During this time, we discovered that most people would gladly pay much more than required to rebalance the carbon footprint of their purchases. At the conclusion of the validation period, we had already conserved 374 tennis courts of rainforest, which contain over 5500 trees!
Live since December 2018, VIVOBAREFOOT has integrated reduce directly with point of sale systems in stores in Zurich and Lucerne, and has plans to expand the integration to its online stores in the near future. The brand's focus on minimalist, natural footwear has proven a perfect match for reduce, which increases customer loyalty by giving VIVOBAREFOOT shoes the added value of being 'climate positive.'
Poseidon is actively working with Liverpool City Council to make Liverpool the world's first 'climate positive' city. We began by analyzing and validating the city council's residual carbon footprint from operations in 2017 and 2018, which gave us the opportunity to help the council become the UK's first 'climate positive' local authority. Poseidon is also partnering with the city of Liverpool to develop a city-centered model for climate action.
BAC creates the world's fastest street-legal single-seater supercar, the Mono. Currently, the manufacturer is addressing nearly 2x the climate impact of every Mono it builds, and Mono owners are offered the additional option to address usage emissions during the yearly maintenance.
Athens Alive is putting sustainability at the heart of the renewal, providing green offices and leisure facilities. In addition to using reduce to rebalance the climate impact of construction, Athens Alive will also provide climate sustainability solutions to tenants and consumers. This will give the stadia, retailers, and business the chance to address their climate impact, and provide visitors with the opportunity to engage in climate action through their purchases. The goal is for Athens Alive to be a model of sustainability, showcasing how sports and urban developments can tackle climate change in every aspect of their activity.