At Do Nation we’re busy behind the scenes helping organisations engage their teams in sustainability goals via Earth Hour and B Corp Month.
For everyone else, including those seeking a little inspiration for their next climate action step, we’ve created this Action Plan. It’s full of sustainable tips to try, whether you’re new to sustainability or an experienced pro.
Read on for some very quick tips that can help boost your wellbeing, protect nature, save you some money and reduce your carbon footprint!
This B Corp month Do Nation are inviting impactful businesses to come together to show the world how #WeGoBeyond expectations and make a mark on the world.
Do Nation have put together a bespoke, quick and easy-to-implement B Corp Month employee engagement package so our fellow B Corps can have maximum impact and engagement this B Corp month.
Sign up asap to benefit from this, and join B Corps including Pukka herbs, Standing on Giants, Vita Coco, Graze, X+Why, and DISRUPT Agency.
Bringing B Corps together for collective impact
B Corp month is the time to come together, have some fun, and create some serious impact!
Organisations invest a lot in certification and want to get the most from it. Bringing employees onboard – by helping them understand what it means to be a B Corp, showing them how to B the difference, and engaging them in sustainable behaviour change – is essential.
We all know climate change is scary, and here. But there is solace in our data; sustainable acts make people feel good and more connected (see our 2021 impact report).
Together we are mighty.
B Corp month and the bottom line
Whether your organisation is small, big, old or new, each employee is an ambassador. Employee engagement is not a nice to have, it’s vital for survival.
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