MumPod is recognised for leading on climate action

MumPod is proud to have been recognised by Milton Keynes City Council as one of the first five local businesses to meet the criteria of the council’s ‘Target Zero’ climate action scheme.

‘Target Zero’ accreditation can only be achieved by small to medium size businesses (SMEs) who have set a clear objective to become carbon negative by 2030, putting them ahead of UK targets set by government for businesses to reach net zero emissions by 2050. ‘Target Zero’ is designed to help SMEs visibly demonstrate their climate action commitments, and to enable recognised companies to share ideas and work collectively to achieve their sustainability goals.

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MumPod Founder, Rosamund McFadden, explained why making this climate commitment is central to the approach of a company that is focused on health, wellbeing and inclusivity: “The ethics of my business is really important and the process in getting accreditation shows that I am actively working and finding out the best ways to conduct my business in a sustainable way. This is why we have also signed up to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for Good Health & Wellbeing, Gender Equality, Decent Work & Economic Growth, and Reduced Inequalities.”

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By achieving ‘Target Zero’ certification and signing up to Sustainable Development Goals, MumPod is not only making a commitment to manage our own climate footprint and sustainability as responsibly as possible. We are also making a commitment to our customers that we are a trusted partner that can have a positive impact with regard to achieving your own sustainability goals.

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