Toitū is to care for the life of this place, our people and future. It is our name and commitment. To sustain holistically. To sustain continually.
As Toitū Envirocare, we lead businesses with our system of carbon and environmental programmes. We give them the science-based tools, actions and evidence to make real progress. Toitū is our invitation to share the momentum of our collective change. We are businesses working together to sustain the future of our environment and economy.
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Ecoware - the first Toitū climate positive organisation
With sustainability at its core, Ecoware is now the first-ever organisation to be certified Toitū climate positive.
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solarZero - a Toitū carbonzero certification story
solarZero has held Toitū carbonzero certification for over a decade. Through their daily operations and their business model, solarZero is pushing us to net zero one kilowatt at a time.
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- Oct 2020
30 Jun 2022
Supply Chain Engagement for Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions
Read about how supply chain emissions contribute a significant portion of an organisations total carbon emissions and steps that can be taken to start reducing.
Posted in: Measure and Report Emissions
12 May 2022
Webinar Recap | Meaningful Climate Targets & Actions
Toitū Envirocare experts discuss the current state of global climate pledges, what meaningful target setting looks like and how organisations can follow through with credible action.
Posted in: Communicating sustainability
05 May 2022
Explainer Series | A comparison of voluntary carbon markets and the New Zealand emissions trading scheme
A range of tools and actions are needed to tackle the climate crisis including Voluntary Carbon Markets (VCM). We ask how important VCMs are in our toolkit, and compare them to the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme.
Posted in: Carbon Credits
31 Mar 2022
Explainer Series | Measuring air-travel emissions with Radiative Forcing Index
Commercial aircraft have transformed the global economy since World War II, and accurately measuring their emissions is crucial to better understanding the footprint of the aviation industry.
Posted in: News