Global warming and green house gases caused by mans use of fossil fuels appear to be contributing to potentially damaging climate change. Trinity has a policy of seeking to take both ethical and environmental initiatives to help build a sustainable business that can put something back into the world we live in.
Trinity, as a Charity, has found it particularly difficult to make massive progress in this area. One of the things we will be seeking to do this year is to reduce the organisations carbon footprint. Looking at our carbon footprint is a way of gauging the effect a business, charity or individual is having on the environment by measuring the amount of carbon dioxide their lifestyle, or business produces.
We have used the Governments measures to work out our carbon footprint and through consultation with staff, customers and stakeholders we are seeking new an innovative ways for reducing this.
Our current measures include:
Our estimated Carbon Footprint is 33 CO2e (Tonnes) as at April 2007