EdUNITY + THE ENVIRONMENT

Your Choices Today, Affect the Children in your Classroom.

The School Strikes for Climate Change around the world captured the media globally and revealed a cause that so many young people are passionately fighting for. We know that solving the Climate Crisis is no easy task, and there is no single solution - unless we all do our part. That is why, at EdUnity, we want to give Schools the option to choose more sustainably. We have

To ask less of the planet, we are asking more of ourselves.

We are asking the questions that need to be asked and taking a holistic approach to solving them. Environment currently forms one of our core innovation focuses alongside Communities and Internet-of-Things (IoT). This means we are committed to investing significantly in our environmental agenda. To get to a point where we are asking less of the planet we believe we need to address the following areas.

Powering a Global Solution on Renewable Energy

Every day people around the world rely on EdUnity - we want to get to a point where we ensure that the power we draw to deliver this is done so using 100% renewable resources.

We have already taken steps to reduce our power consumption, and power EdUnity in some of the world's most efficient Data Centres achieving consistently high Power Usage Efficiency (PUE) ratings.

Aspiring to become Carbon Negative

We are constantly asking ourselves difficult questions, one that challenge what we want to hear versus what we need to hear. We are taking steps to put EdUnity on a Carbon Negative agenda.

Enabling Education to Play a Key Role in Global Sustainability

Education has a unique opportunity to set the world on a more sustainable path for future generations, which is why we work with organisations that enable education to do this. We are a partner of the eduCCate Global Program, that supports the education sector and governments in developing Climate Change Education strategies.

yOur choices today, will affect the children in your classroom.
Scale Back CO2 Emissions
Every time a letter, SMS or even email is sent, it grows our digital carbon footprint. Doing things like simply deleting emails can make a massive difference, but we often don't. If every school in the United Kingdom, swapped to EdUnity we could reduce CO2 footprint emissions by 15,000 tons (that is the equivalent to driving 37 million miles). It's a small change to make, but together, we can make a big difference.
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