Tackling climate change

What you choose to buy can have a meaningful impact on the environment.

Learn how Zenko helps you tackle climate change with simple practical solutions that's backed by a scientific approach.

Climate change: what do home & office supplies have to do with it?

Products we use everyday use a lot of resources. Plastic, paper, power - it all goes into keeping our lives running. Home & office supplies may not be the most exciting thing, but they are a constant, consistent aspect of running our world.

Every product we purchase has an environmental impact. By choosing to improve our workplace sustainability, we can minimise that impact with choices that reduce emissions and reduce waste.‍

Small acts add up. We all have the opportunity to make our every day workspace as sustainable as possible. Workplace sustainability might not be the silver bullet that solves everything, but it's a clear, achievable and important step in the right direction!

'The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it'

– Robert Swan

How Zenko helps you tackle climate change

We're committed to tacking climate change with a scientific approach, so you can be sure that you're making a meaningful difference.

That's why our approach to sustainability is informed by Project Drawdown, the world’s leading resource for climate solutions.

Project Drawdown has comprehensively ranked the top 100 solutions to climate change by each solution's impact on global emissions.

Below, we've brought together 4 simple ways that you can tackle climate change in the workplace

Find simple practical solutions to fight climate change

By choosing thoughtful products, you can help contribute to tackling climate change.

Recycled Paper

Recycled paper avoids the need to cut down new trees. By using existing materials, recycled paper avoids this and lowers emissions.

Bioplastic

Most plastics are made from fossil fuels. But bioplastics are made from plants. By avoiding fossil fuels, bioplastics reduce carbon emissions.

Recycling

Making new products from recycled materials needs fewer resources and less energy. That’s how recycling waste helps cut emissions.

Composting

Food and organic waste creates methane in landfill. But composting converts this waste into soil instead. That's how composting helps reduce emissions.

Learn more about you can contribute to a more sustainable future

Protect natural resources

The circular economy is a new approach to reduce the pressures we are putting on the environment.

Advance the Sustainable Development Goals

The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.