Unbridled aspires to be a leader in environmental sustainability in our industry. Evoking our values of being accountable, caring, resourceful, and imaginative, we are committed to a journey that aims to consider our environmental impact by thinking and acting sustainably. We endeavor in being a sustainable steward and acting with corporate social responsibility (CSR) through two primary efforts: reducing the environmental footprint of our operations and consulting and encouraging clients and vendors to engage in sustainable practices.
Stewarding environmentally sustainable practices
Reducing the environmental footprint of our operations.
As Mahatma Gandhi stated, “If you want to change the world, start with yourself.” Accordingly, Unbridled regularly audits our current operations including energy, waste, office space, employee policies, materials, water, and services. By monitoring these metrics, we regularly seek opportunities to reduce our footprint by improving our operations.
- Regularly audit our operations based on carbon impact
- Determine and implement practices that reduce the carbon impact of our operations
- Privileging providers that share in sustainability stewardship and practicing mutual accountability through intentional visibility, tracking, and carbon reduction efforts
Consulting and encouraging clients and vendors to engage in sustainable practices.
As a third-party service provider, our clients look to us to provide solutions and advice. To encourage our clients and vendors to engage in more sustainable practices, Unbridled has assembled a sustainability team along with identified key partnerships with sustainability-focused providers to advocate for low to no impact event practices, including:
- Awareness building and training as to how to track the carbon footprint of events
- Sharing our knowledge and expertise openly to encourage industry practices
- Proactively and regularly provide solutions that have low, zero, or positive carbon impact
- Privileging vendors that share in sustainability stewardship and practicing mutual accountability through intentional visibility, tracking, and carbon reduction efforts
Where in-person events do have the potential for high carbon emission footprints, there are a number of efforts that corporations can implement to reduce the carbon footprint of their corporate events, including virtual events or attendance, recycled print materials, carbon offsets, and many more. Learn more about one client’s sustainability story to reduce their footprint through recycled signage production and repurposing.