Our Tech Zero taskforce has welcomed new members including Confused.com; Oddbox, the food waste fighting veg box delivery; My Wardrobe HQ, the UK’s leading fashion rental platform; Autotrader; and design bible Dezeen. They join some of the UK’s most exciting tech startups and digital businesses from around the UK and beyond, as well as our founding members: allplants, Babylon, Citymapper, Faculty, GoCardless, Habito, Hopin, Moneysupermarket Group, OLIO, Onfido, Revolut, Starling Bank, what3words and Wise, as well as industry body Tech Nation.
We’re really proud to partner with industry bodies that count tens of thousands of businesses among their members. Innovate Finance, L39 and London and Partners have all joined Tech Zero. And today we welcome Global Tech Advocates and Tech London Advocates, a network of more than 10,000 tech leaders, entrepreneurs and experts in London, across the UK and in over 50 countries worldwide.
Companies who join Tech Zero make a series of ambitious climate commitments
These commitments are based on rigorous measurement, board accountability and transparency. They're genuine, science-based and ambitious, and each business must report annually on their progress. And that’s not all. Tech Zero is an official partner of the UN’s Race to Zero campaign. This means companies who join Tech Zero also join the world’s largest alliance of companies, cities, regions and investors credibly committed to climate action.
We’re going global
To fight the climate crisis, we’ll need businesses around the world to take action. So we’ve launched internationally, encouraging companies worldwide to build a climate action plan. Tech Zero has potential to be the world’s biggest group of tech companies committed to climate action.
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