Transparency & Disclosure
Climeaction is committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards in its client engagements and continuously strives to ensure that our work aligns with our mission of combating climate change. We acknowledge that we have collaborated with or provided services to companies operating in industries that B Lab Global considers controversial over the past five years, including Alcohol, Mining, and Pharmaceuticals.
While our intent has always been to support these companies in mitigating their potential negative impacts on climate change or to provide them with essential goods and services, we also recognize the possibility that our involvement could inadvertently contribute to the growth of these industries and, by extension, their adverse effects on the environment. In accordance with B Corp certification requirements, we are committed to transparency regarding our involvement in such industries.
To uphold our ethical standards and minimize potential negative consequences, Climeaction has implemented stringent controls for screening prospective clients. We diligently assess the nature of the work we undertake with them to ensure that our products and services indeed deliver the positive climate change impacts we intend. Moreover, we are proactive in continually reviewing the effects of our work with these companies to identify any unintended negative consequences and take appropriate corrective measures.
In conclusion, Climeaction is fully aware of the ethical complexities associated with our involvement in certain industries. We have taken steps to ensure that our engagements are consistent with our mission to combat climate change and uphold our commitment to the highest ethical standards. Our active screening processes, ongoing impact assessments, and transparent complaints procedure reflect our dedication to responsible business practices and accountability in the pursuit of a sustainable future.