RESET™ Air is a sensor based and performance-driven indoor air quality standard and certification programme that aims to make indoor environmental health measurable, deliverable and accessible. RESET™ leverages continuous monitoring of indoor air quality and cloud technology to communicate data to occupants, thus increasing environmental awareness and subsequently encouraging more regenerative solutions to air quality problems. RESET™ is an international organization based out of Shanghai.
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Our ambitious voluntary agreement brings together organisations across the food system to make food & drink production and consumption more sustainable. It is a ten-year commitment to identify priorities, develop solutions and implement changes to cut the carbon, water and waste associated with food & drink by at least one-fifth in 10 years. The commitment focuses on the key sectors of: Retail, Manufacturing and supply chain, Hospitality and Food Service, Agriculture and Local authorities.
The UK Plastics Pact is transforming the way that the UK makes, uses and disposes of plastic – moving away from a linear plastics economy towards a circular system where we capture the value of plastics material – keeping plastic in the economy and out of the oceans. The UK Plastics Pact is doing this by bringing together governments, businesses, local authorities, citizens and NGOs behind a common vision and commitment to a set of ambitious targets.
Food waste in the UK costs over £20 billion a year. The Roadmap builds on 10 years of WRAP-led interventions to reduce food waste (Courtauld 2 and 3, The Hospitality and Food Service Agreement; Love Food Hate Waste).The Food Waste Reduction Roadmap encompasses the entire supply chain from field to fork. It shows actions that large businesses will take to address food waste in their operations, support their suppliers in taking action, and engage with consumers.
ENERFUND project aims to enhance investments in refurbishment of buildings across Europe by developing a tool that rates and scores deep renovation opportunities. The tool is based on a set of parameters such as Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs), number of certified installers, governmental schemes running, quality of heating systems, etc. Find our more about buildings' energy efficiency in the 11 countries already mapped in the tool here https://app.enerfund.eu/
The project aims to combine messages to tackle food waste, encourage healthy and sustainable eating and encourage food waste recycling via the innovative campaign 'Small Change Big Difference. The strategic approach is to test, learn and develop the most effective messages, style and behaviour change interventions through a series of 3 waves. The TRiFOCAL London project is funded by the EU LIFE programme and managed by a partnership between WRAP, LWARB and Groundwork London.
The Campaign was started in 2016 and is a UK version of an Australian campaign (EPA in NSW) under their 'Love Food Hate Waste' project, they created the campaign name.
In the UK we have interpreted this to be a campaign created entirely for others to own; so that messages and materials are badged with a 3rd party organisation (such as a trade body, business), so that they host the materials and share with their members / clients / customers.
Currently for HaFS sector and Manufacturing.
Social housing providers across the UK experienced revenue cuts to an already tight budget. Standards and regulations such as The Decent Homes Standard or the Code for Sustainable Homes dictate that housing providers must deliver good quality homes for their customers. The cuts create an impasse to achieve good quality homes with the current systems in place. A new, more efficient and effective system is needed in order to be able to meet the needs of customers and to compete in the market.
The GSTC Sustainable Tourism Training Program (STTP) offered a number of 2- and 3-day intensive and interactive onsite training classes focused on the GSTC Sustainable Tourism Criteria, and engaged tourism industry professionals around the world through expert presentations and discussions on sustainable tourism best practices for businesses and destinations.
The STTP, begining in 2017, offered online scheduled training classes led by GSTC trainers, available at least 4 times a year.
Our project’s focus is behaviour change of staff and guests in tourism. Crystal Creek Meadows of Kangaroo Valley NSW Australia invited a smart system which encourages behaviour change through technology and training. We have now expanded this initial test to include partners in Australia, Dubai and UK. The system involves tourist accommodation asking guests to participate in using fewer resources and to use the pro-environmental infrastructure of the building to best effect.
MyFoodways [AFFILIATED]: A smartphone app that helps young adults enjoy healthy and sustainable meals
Supported by Engagement Migros development fund (https://www.engagement-migros.ch/en/pioneers/myfoodways) and the Swiss Federal Office for Agriculture, Foodways Consulting AG is developing MyFoodways (myfoodways.com): a smartphone app designed to make it easy for young adults to enjoy healthy and sustainable food and waste less.
The Hospitality and Food Service Agreement (HaFSA) 2012 - 2015 was developed by WRAP with the industry, for the industry, and supported by all UK governments. Over 230 leading signatories and supporters signed up to support these aims, covering approximately 25% of the UK sector.
UK businesses involved in the HaFSA have saved an estimated £67 million through their combined actions,exceeding the 5% target and achieving an 11% reduction against the food loss baseline = 80,000 tonnes less CO2.