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COP26 example: first UK council commits to One Planet Standard!

SWANSEA COUNCIL ANNOUNCE PILOT AS NEW ONE PLANET STANDARD LAUNCHES In perfect timing for COP26, the One Planet Standard was launched on August 28 2021 in collaboration with the Good Governance Institute at the Festival of Good Governance using the… Continue Reading →

#NOMOREGREENWASH!

LAUNCH OF THE ONE PLANET STANDARD – A NEW WAY FOR ORGANISATIONS TO TACKLE THE NATURE AND CLIMATE EMERGENCIES The One Planet Centre CIC and Assessment Services Ltd are proudly launching the new One Planet Standard on 28 September 2021… Continue Reading →

Join us! We’re hiring!

CALL FOR SUSTAINABILITY CONSULTANTS/ASSOCIATES Ecological footprinting, Decarbonisation, Natural capital and Life Cycle Assessment   The One Planet Centre Community Interest Company (incorporated in March 2020) is looking to recruit enthusiastic and dedicated sustainability professionals on a contract or freelance basis…. Continue Reading →

Introducing The One Planet Standard

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The marketing director of a famous Welsh brand of bottled water said to us recently: “We know we ought to do something about the climate emergency but we just don’t know what.” Many organisations feel the same. This is why… Continue Reading →

Green is the new black: Beauty must be redefined to help save the planet

No more concrete. No more utilitarian, ugly spaces. The need to build back better, to bring nature to people, to revolutionise our relationship with nature, has been made crystal clear by the pandemic. So urban design needs to change. Architecture… Continue Reading →

How to influence behaviour change to save the planet

What are the common-sense solutions to our climate and nature crises? In this guest post from geographer and energy specialist Neil Kitching (above), author of the new book Carbon Choices, Neil considers a few tips on how to influence behaviour… Continue Reading →

We welcome landmark Dasgupta Review that puts humanity’s ecological footprint at the heart of economics

The One Planet Centre CIC welcomes the recent landmark Dasgupta Review that puts humanity’s ecological footprint and its relation to planetary boundaries at the heart of economics. The One Planet Centre, which offers strategies for reducing ecological footprints, has been… Continue Reading →

Can Microsoft and Musk make carbon storage save the planet? Here’s the maths:

Microsoft has announced it is to use Climeworks’ carbon dioxide removal technology to help it achieve negative emissions by 2030, and to remove the company’s historic emissions by 2050. And Elon Musk has offered $100 million prize for the best… Continue Reading →

What will you pledge for the planet for 2021?

As we look to 2021, let’s celebrate what we’ve learnt during the pandemic and vow to build on it: We’re certain of the vital importance of nature to our very survival. We’ve seen countless acts of selflessness and learnt the… Continue Reading →

The circular economy is a baby step towards a regenerative economy. Only this will save capitalism.

We are in increasing ecological debt. A circular economy might help stop the debt worsening but only a regenerative economy that gets us to within planetary boundaries will repay that debt and return us to credit. Limitations of the circular… Continue Reading →

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