Conran & Partners doing their bit to save the planet

Lee Davies, Associate Director at Conran & Partners, who heads up their Brighton office is very excited about C&P signing up for the 10:10 campaign, the biggest collective effort yet to tackle climate change in the UK – www.1010global.org/uk http://www.brightonandhove1010.org/

What is 10:10?

Here’s his explanation…

It’s simple. We all cut our carbon by 10% this year. You, me, us as an office, the man on the Clapham omnibus……. everyone.

Cutting 10% in one year is a bold target, but for most of us it’s an achievable one, and is in line with what scientists say we need over the next 18 months.

Whether you want to help tackle climate change or just get your bills down to size, we all know that cutting our carbon footprint makes sense. Even so, it can be hard to know where to start, and what actions will really make a difference. What’s needed is something straightforward, immediate and meaningful: the 10:10 campaign in my opinion is it!

  • 10:10 unites individuals and organisations around one goal: cutting our emissions by 10% in 2010.
  • Thousands are already on board
  • It’s immediate, it’s simple, it’s meaningful
  • We’re a part of it, and you should be too
  • You can find out more and sign up on the website: 1010uk.org

The success of 10:10 depends on getting everyone involved in making it happen, and the 10:10 website has all the tools you need to spread the word far and wide. By combining our individual efforts under one banner, 10:10 enables all of us to make a meaningful difference. It’s the perfect opportunity to find out what’s possible.

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