Making Greenhouse Communications more diverse, equitable and inclusive for our employees, our clients and our community is fundamental to who we are.
We believe diverse thinking is essential to our success. That’s why achieving and measuring real change and meaningful impact are key components of our business mission and focus.
We still have a long way to go, so we are taking positive action to improve our approach to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I),
working with a specialist DE&l consultant to challenge us, set targets, and embed diversity in all that we do, and ensure it has
meaningful impact. Our progress so far includes:
We recognise that Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities are underrepresented within our team at Greenhouse Communications. This is a challenge that cuts across our industry: the environmental sector has been identified as the second least diverse industry in the UK, according to research from PolicyExchange.
We want to help to support and drive change in our sector, making short and long term commitments to improve diversity, equity and inclusion at Greenhouse.
We see the impacts of the climate emergency disproportionately impacting those living in the Global South, who have contributed the least to carbon emissions but who find themselves on the frontline of climate change. Fighting climate injustice is central to our mission.
A key focus for our team is empowering and supporting climate youth activists and future climate leaders from the Global South, equipping them with the resources, information and training they need to feel confident in telling their story.
We are doing this in the following ways:
If you would like to talk to us, we welcome conversation and love the opportunity to discover, learn and improve what we do.