A tool for the Economist Group to analyse and test global delivery scenarios and their CO2 impact. Using Google Sheets, Maps and Geocode APIs, the app allows printers to be relocated, publication weights to be adjusted, modes of transport to be changed and subscriptions to be converted from paper to electronic in key geographic zones.
Condé Nast is home to some of the world’s most iconic brands, including Vogue, The New Yorker, GQ, Vanity Fair and Wired. Analysing flight and hotel data from Conde Nast’s staff to create a CO2 baseline. Understanding key metrics and levers to reduce current levels. Off-setting carbon to further reduce levels.
CEPI is the European association representing the paper industry. This Intensity study considered production data from Europe’s paper mills. It created figures which form a baseline of input and outputs across different paper types. These figures can then be utilised by other organisations in their own life-cycle analysis.
Consulting to British Gas to help them understand the relationship between their customers and their smart meter product. Documents from across the organisation were collated and analysed to create a road map for the customer portal.
Targeting red brick universities as a recruitment tool, the game was scenario driven with renewable and tech investments, role-play scenarios and a random trading index. This blend of creativity and technology resulted in a fascinating game, played by thousands of students immersing themselves in the Deutsche Bank brand.
The European Federation of Corrugated Board Manufacturers (FEFCO) is an organisation representing the interests of the industry across Europe. Analysing over 400 mills we looked for energy consumption trends across factory size, processes, type and weight of board. To quantify data relevance we used regression analysis.