The Gaia Partnership is proud to be associated with the exciting new business Evocco. Evocco helps us know what we’re voting for when we shop for food. What are the environmental, ethical, health, and social impacts? Evocco take food data from the scientific and research community, and translate it into actionable steps to help reduce the environmental impact through what we buy. Voting for the...
Recently we were privileged to have a research project accepted and undertaken by the University of Sydney under their Post Graduate Masters of Sustainability Program. The Gaia Partnership with TrinityP3 has been advocating a pivot to a more sustainable approach to marketing and also supplying carbon emission measurement using the CO2counter for over 8 years using our own developed and verified methodology. We felt it would be...
One reason the positive side of printings environmental message is falling on deaf ears is the lack of consistent and transparent carbon data. This has led to mixed and confusing messages going out to the marketing world at large. The environmental paper standards were always difficult to compare, with different interested parties promoting the label that best suited their current business practices. FSC has helped...
Today the retail supply chain is undergoing a game changing transition that will remove a number of established businesses that sit in the middle of any purchase.
I recently prepared a technology assessment on Autonomous Vehicles (AV) as part of my Master’s degree in environmental management. It occurred to me as I read yet another opinion piece on the future of AV that my report also formed the basis of my own opinion piece on this subject, especially where it relates to marketing and the environment – both key areas of interest...
Darren Woolley is joined by the TrinityP3 sustainable marketing expert, Christopher Sewell
TrinityP3 Webinar Series: The challenges for Marketers in a carbon constrained future from TrinityP3 Marketing Management Consultants View full webinar >
For many years, CPM (‘Cost Per Mille’, otherwise known as cost per thousand as a dollar value) has been a staple metric used to calculate media efficiency and develop media plans. That’s all well and good. But as we move into a carbon constrained future, there’s a growing argument which holds that the carbon cost of communication will become a much more important consideration in...