A new collaboration between One Tribe and promotional services brand Prominate will enable Prominate to purchase high grade nature based offsets and fund global forest conservation and regeneration projects.
Prominate is an industry leader in creating, servicing and delivering promotional programs that help businesses streamline their operations and increase the efficiency of their marketing material. The team offers a range of solutions including procurement consultancy, promotional merchandise programs, and marketing supply chain management advice.
As a changemaker in their industry, the team at Prominate are committed to reducing their carbon footprint and have set inspiring sustainability targets for themselves, including offsetting their remaining emissions and becoming net zero.
Promiante’s recent partnership with One Tribe will identify areas of carbon improvement and implement solutions that will help Prominate achieve its ESG-guided sustainability goals.
Through this new partnership, Prominate aim to offset remaining business emissions by funding nature based solutions that abide to the UN SDG’s and help form a new way forward for Prominates personal ESG commitments.
One Tribe will assist Prominate to identify opportunities to reduce carbon emissions and implement solutions that will help the company achieve their ESG targets and UN sustainability goals. The partnership is an example of how our working together opens up opportunities to make a positive impact on the planet in line with new offsetting policies and criteria for SME businesses.
Prominate works with hundreds of businesses, recommending solutions that benefit the planet without impacting operations, ultimately helping businesses to incorporate sustainable practices across their supply chain. With the addition of One Tribe’s API, Prominate will be able to reduce their carbon emissions by protecting trees in threatened forest regions across the globe.
Jonathan Wragg, Global Sustainability Director at Prominate commented on the partnership saying; “I am delighted to be working with BCorp certified One Tribe. Through their carbon offset projects with Indigenous landowners and forest conservation projects, we will directly support communities to self-manage their forests and deliver long-term community benefits. Their commitment and values to climate action and human rights is closely aligned with our own. Through their carbon offset projects with Indigenous landowners and forest conservation projects, we will directly support communities to self-manage their forests and deliver long-term community benefits. This partnership is part of our ESG roadmap to net zero and commitment to our UN Global Compact Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).”
The partnership between One Tribe and Prominate is about more than just reducing carbon and emissions. It’s about taking meaningful climate action that has a real impact on the planet. . Our work together will enable us to drive positive climate change by measuring, reducing, and reporting on our climate impact throughout our business activity and offsetting our carbon emissions through certified rainforest protection projects.
One Tribe will be responsible for measuring and tracking progress to ensure that Prominate continues to make a positive impact on the planet. This will involve measuring the total number of acres saved, trees protected, carbon stored, and car emission equivalents removed.
CEO and Founder of One Tribe Ric Porteus added, “We’re excited to be working with the passionate and climate-focused team members at Prominate HQ. Working with us at One Tribe, they can now easily adopt a Net Zero path that will engage their team and customers and ultimately arrive at net zero faster.”
The partnership between One Tribe and Prominate is an exciting opportunity to showcase to businesses the most effective and meaningful ways to achieve net zero emissions. By working together, we will be able to identify opportunities for carbon and emissions reduction and implement solutions that will help Prominate achieve its sustainability goals.