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  2. Businesses are critical in the fight against climate change as they are the source of the majority of global emissions. Targets set by Government will never be achieved if businesses do not move towards them. That is why we are calling on small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) to do what they can to help, by measuring their emissions and aligning net-zero pledges with carbon action. Some businesses have a legal obligation to report their emissions, but that doesn't extend to everyone. And while your business may not have to do it, it is important to keep in mind the advantages that mana
  3. Hey Hazel, I really hope you are doing well, since its an apparel items you need someone to market you well or by yourself, you need to first have some budget to get things going for yourself if you are doing marketing you can enter paid marketing of social media especially Instagram and Facebook, you'll definitely get some chunk from it, its time consuming thou but you will get that, I took some help from 99 Designs and later Logocorps - Logo Design Agency for my realtor business, I literally got tons of customers, if you want I can show you their testimonials as well that how they reached ou
  4. Description We’re looking for an experienced Regional Manager to work alongside our current team to support the next phase of our exciting start-up. The Regional Manager’s sole mission is to successfully establish Climax Community in within the region (NI and ROI) and position our solutions as market leaders of business and regional carbon management. You will ensure customer success across all clients and build a passionate team across the region. You will identify and execute innovative ways to prospect, engage and close new clients, including trade associations and local authorities,
  5. Location: London (hybrid mix of office and work from home) Description: We're looking for a Business Support Coordinator to work alongside our current team to enable the next phase of our exciting start-up. The ideal candidate should be passionate about driving action in climate change and cementing us as the standard for carbon management. This opportunity offers the candidate the chance to be involved in multiple strands across the business to drive efficiency within teams. As a fast scaling start-up this role also offers the opportunity for significant learning and professional d
  6. Hello, I have an idea for your business, Since everything is digital now, I'd recommend you to make a website for your business. This way you could reach more people from different cities or even from different countries which will be a great benefit for your business. I'd even suggest you hire some of the top agencies like logochemist, designrush, dexigner & Brands Design for your business website. They are one of the best in the industry!
  7. Hi, I have a small clothing shop in US. I have different types of clothes like skirts, shorts, trousers, shirts, jackets and more in different categories for men, women and kids. Despite all the good quality and material, the sale is not satisfying. So here, I’m looking for suggestions to grow my sales. Kindly, share some ideas that can help me improve my business. Thank you!
  8. Location: London (hybrid mix of office and work from home) Who we are: At Climax Community, we are fighting climate change head-on through the power of technology. Founded in 2019, we are a cleantech/greentech start-up whose mission is to use data to empower individuals, households, and businesses to drive change and take action in pursuit of a more sustainable world. Our goal is to equip our community with accurate and effective knowledge on the climate crisis, and to drive actions that avoid, reduce, and offset carbon emissions. With global temperatures on the rise, climat
  9. The team here at Climax Community are here to answer any questions you might have - feel free to post them below and we'll get back to you ASAP! 💚
  10. Location: Belfast, London, Bournemouth Under the Climate Change Act, as amended in 2019, the UK government has committed to reaching “Net Zero” by 2050. So how can we as individuals, families and even companies make the necessary changes to achieve such a target? At Climax Community we are passionate about greentech and are on a mission to empower everyone from individual level through to companies and local authorities to take control of our carbon footprint. To catalyse change, our carbon management platform gives insights into carbon consumption and generates recommendations to
  11. Are you interested in diving into the pool of advancements and technological upgrades along with earning handsome payouts? Do you find yourself immensely interested in programming and development? Then, the IT industry is one of the best options to choose. So, starting your career as a CSS developer is an amazing choice. Here are the 5 amazing things to do to become a successful CSS developer in the IT industry Learn CSS development Learning should always be a primary goal whether you want to start a new skill or you are looking forward to
  12. Happy new year and welcome to 2022! There is a lot going on this year for climate action, and we hope that this year we will begin to see some action following a lot of promises made in 2021. As a company we are really looking forward to this year as we continue to expand our team and increase our impact by helping individuals, businesses and councils reduce their carbon emissions. We have goals as a company, however we are made up of a committed team who are also all doing their bit to reduce their own emissions. Here are some examples of the new year's resolutions which have been made by our
  13. I agree with you. It's high time we all start to be intentional about reuse of food packaging materials, especially plastics. I once read somewhere that some of the plastic can be recycled too but I think the cost of recycling it is much compare to the amount to use to produce new one. I want to believe that's one of the reasons most people are not making use of the method. Every business is looking for ways to cut cost and have more gain rather than what will be beneficiary and friendly to our environment. Or better still, if we can imbibe new food packaging ideas or innovation that will be m
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  15. The first thing needed to be done is to study climatic change related to each region after which we can provide solution. For region where they are experiencing heat, I would advise they practice irrigation, local method of wetting vegetations.Places where there are flooding, they should make rigs across the areas of plantation to reduce the rate at which crop products are being swept away by flood. We can try to make research about toxic products that can kill the locust without affecting the plants. If we can start with this we will make a lot of progress.
  16. Have you ever been completely stumped over what to give someone for Christmas? Completely torn between the joy from giving a thoughtful gift and the guilt of contributing to further consumerism? This gift guide is here to help! Here are a few ideas that may spark inspiration this holiday season! 1. Something secondhand: First things first; Can we please ditch the stigma around giving secondhand gifts? Are you really bothered by a book which has been read before or a top which has seen the light of day a few times? Are we so self-indulgent that we demand that vase has only existed in
  17. As #COP26 drew to a close, it's important the momentum doesn't end. This conference was an opportunity to initiate discussions and drive collaborative action - let's keep the ball rolling. I've made a short highlights reel of my time at #glasgowcop26 - filled with talks, the green zone and the #climate march. MashedVideo_1636629546076.mp4
  18. The blue skies were welcomed by the early delegates making their way across the city centre to join the climate change conference on its third day. Today marked discussions around finance in the Green Zone, with talks on gender, pensions and under-represented voices who are often left behind in financial climate debates. From the beginning, a recurring theme was voiced; the detriment of overlooking one of the greatest assets in helping us in the race to net-zero – women. Irish Independent Politician, Mary Robinson said “we can’t afford to squander the potential of half our population
  19. Carbon Offsetting Carbon offsetting is an internationally recognised method of removing carbon from the atmosphere. As concern grows for the amount of carbon being released into our atmosphere, it is our responsibility as individuals, households, businesses, investors etc to ensure we are combatting this issue. If not, we are on our way to further catastrophic disaster to our ecosystem. In simple terms, offsetting refers to the reduction of carbon in the atmosphere generated by an activity that either prevents the release of, reduces, or removes GHG (greenhouse gases) emissions
  20. Its so interesting to hear your insights and views on COP26. Lets keep doing what we can to push the agenda in the right direction!
  21. As we come to the end of the COP26 negotiations I wanted to take a moment and reflect on what I learnt during my visit to Glasgow. It was an eye-opening event to the power of innovation and desire for collaborative action between individuals, organisations and governments from across the world. I had the opportunity to speak with founders and innovators who are determined to find, and have found, solutions that will help us on our journey to net zero – because let’s face it, we need all the help we can get. However, not everything I learnt was quite so positive. There is still a large gap b
  22. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Carbon capture is a process which helps to capture and store carbon dioxide before it reaches our atmosphere and causes negative consequences. The importance of using this process is to ensure we can keep the Earths temperature below 1.5 degrees. A goal which has been set in the Paris Agreement. If we do not keep below this, we could be at risk of irreversible changes to our planet. As you will see by the graph below, here is a outline of what emissions should look like over the next few decades by utilising techniques and technologies including the p
  23. It is no secret that we have a waste problem. In a world of finite resources, the severity of the impacts of waste and convenience culture have become more visible. Efforts are being made to move towards a circular economy and with that, the rise in technologies that utilise waste as a resource. In discussing circular technologies, anaerobic digestion (AD) is one worth highlighting as it addresses the issues of both waste and clean energy production. Organic waste generated from the breakdown of food waste, sewage sludge, agricultural slurries, crop waste, etc. generates methane which, accord
  24. The looming target to meet net-zero by 2050 means there is an increasing pressure to decarbonise our energy systems. According to BEIS, heat in buildings is one of the biggest sources of greenhouse gas emissions in the UK, accounting for 23% of total UK emissions. If we apply the right skills and technology, as part of a collaborative approach, we will be able to minimise these emissions, if not completely eradicate them with a shift in how we produce energy. BEIS have found that heat networks currently provide approximately 2% of UK heat demand. The Climate Change Committee estimated in
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