Sensée has announced a three-year partnership with Treedom, a global web platform for planting trees and forests worldwide.
The partnership is part of a broader Sensée programme to reduce the company’s carbon footprint and become the first 100% work-from-home business to achieve certification for carbon neutrality. Sensée, established 17 years ago and with no physical contact centres, already has an estimated 90% lower carbon footprint than a typical office-based contact centre.
The Sensée Forest will contain nearly 3000 trees, each gifted to permanent Sensée employees over the next three years – with each person able to select their own tree species, in the territory of their choice, using the Treedom web platform.
Initially, these choices will include Tephrosia, Grevillea, Coffee and Cacao trees with the territories available including Madagascar, Kenya, Tanzania and Ecuador.
Each tree will have an online page and be geolocated and photographed, with regular updates posted in an online Tree Diary for tree owners to follow the progress of the project.
The Treedom tree planting scheme is the latest in a line of initiatives designed to reduce Sensée’s overall carbon footprint and encourage energy efficiency, recycling and other eco-friendly activities amongst its homeworker population.
“Over the last 18 months, many workers have re-evaluated their relationship with the workplace and come to appreciate the many benefits of homeworking” said Andy Rosser, Transformation and Innovation Director at Sensée.
“Eliminating the time and cost associated with the daily commute is one of the top benefits that work-from-home brings…. plus it brings a major benefit for the environment too in terms of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.”
“Sensée is committed to environmental and social sustainability and this latest initiative, The Sensée Forest, is our way of saying a big thank you to our colleagues within the Sensée Family, and doing something good for the planet together.
“We are proud to support an initiative that’s delivering genuine environmental and social benefits, and enables our colleagues to become part of that journey.”
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