While other marketing channels command more attention, the day-to-day touch points with existing customers are an important focus for B2C organisations around the world. Although this focus has traditionally been on measurable areas such as customer satisfaction, retention, internal and regulatory compliance, until now there has been little understanding of the carbon impact of these communications. The Gaia Partnership has been working closely with Net...
Listen to reasons why companies should include marketing in their Net Zero Targets emissions boundary. https://www.trinityp3.com/2021/07/net-zero-emissions-on-marketing-budgets/ I pose a question. Does the emission boundary you have drawn around your business activities include your marketing spend? If not have another look at the value of the budget items you are choosing to count within your supply claim. Most industry B2C sectors will spend a fair amount...
In the 3rd and final blog in this series we delve into the the dos and don’ts of Marketing Activity within Net Zero Carbon Emission Targets. Read More
In this second instalment on Zero Net Carbon Emissions Targets, we explain what’s included and what is not, the pitfalls and the way this affects marketing. And importantly, why marketing has a part to play beyond managing brand reputation. Read More
Don’t you find it strange that the marketing industry, who are the custodians of their organisations brand and communication strategies, are not leading the way with reducing carbon emissions generated by their often large budgets? This is the first of three blogs that attempts to demystify the Net Zero Emissions claims we are hearing now and the way they relate to the advertising industry. Read...
Even during the complexities of lockdown we were still able to conduct this imortant research that helps any retailer better understand the carbon emissions from the communication within their retail store layouts. The environmental impacts of in-store advertising
Why the advertising industry needs educating in how to calculate carbon pollution contribution
More evidence, this time from the team at Lancaster University, of the environmental impact of the digital economy. Published by the BBC Cloud gaming: Are game streaming services bad for the planet? By David Molloy Technology reporter Getty ImagesGoogle and Microsoft are offering cloud gaming services Microsoft is poised to launch its game streaming service, delivering high-end titles direct to phones – and Google already offers...
Have a listen to an interesting conversation about the environmental implications for advertisers (the video is under ‘continue reading’). Reducing Carbon Pollution in Marketing Communications – From OOH To POP
The Coles catalogue debate is a reminder: Adland needs a greenwashing education