Climate Positive Employees
Furthr & SPW have partnered up to deliver Climate Positive Impact, a pioneering employee benefit that puts their workforce at the forefront of global green change.
Each day, SPW's workforce is employing impoverished communities to plant protected trees where the planet needs them most, whilst also reducing carbon emissions through fast-tracking renewable energy solutions across the developing world. Understanding that this critical green funding is only a piece of the puzzle, SPW's engaged workforce are also using Furthr's personalised green living system to reduce their own personal emissions, waste & plastic output.
SPW's 2022 Impact
Reduced Scroll down to see the climate solutions used to reduce these emissions.
Funded This has been calculated across 5+ years of experience in tracking the employment of our planters living local to our project sites.
Across 2022, SPW have reduced the emissions equivalent to...
M² Sea Ice Saved
Years of Home Power
Through supporting world-leading climate solutions
More than 90% of Madagascar's original forest cover has been destroyed due to human activity, displacing entire animal species and significantly reducing water quality. We're helping combat this by planting protected trees each day, and providing paid work for local communities in the process.
Nuetech Solar Water Heating
India is the third-largest emitter of greenhouse gases worldwide after China & the Us, with coal still meeting a whopping 80% of the nation's energy demand. Evopure is tackling this issue at a household level, helping to provide homes & buildings across India with innovative solar cells to heat water directly from the sun.
Mozambique loses over 1000 football fields' worth of forest every day, with 45% of the population living below the poverty line and relying on biodiversity for survival. We're planting trees across 30+ coastal Mozambiquan mangrove sites, whilst providing fair wage employment for communities local to the projects.
From the highlands to the coast, Kenya has an incredible diversity of forest types that have long-supported communities and wildlife. However, the management of its biodiversity has been unsustainable, with the nation having lost over half of its forests in recent decades. We're planting trees each month across two distinct region: the Great Rift Valley and the North Coast.
Ghana is among the top 10 global producers of charcoal, with a significant chunk of this charcoal coming from local remnant forests. Our cookstove distribution solution combats reliance on charcoal for household food production through greater heating efficiency.