Case Studies​

Our case studies provide invaluable insights into real-world applications of environmental practices, offering a summary of key findings and actionable takeaways distilled from extensive research. Join us on a journey through these studies, each a testament to the pursuit of eco-conscious solutions and a commitment to a greener future.


OfficeMax Case Study

The OfficeMax Case Study underscores the company’s commitment to reducing its environmental impact, particularly concerning paper consumption. It highlights the environmental challenges associated with paper production and offers a sustainable solution through their Carbon Neutral Multipurpose Copy Paper.


Mercure Case Study

The Mercure Case Study spotlights the commendable sustainability efforts of Mercure Hotels, a part of the AccorHotels group, a major global player in the travel and corporate services industry. Mercure Hotels partnered with the Carbon Reduction Institute (CRI) to launch their Carbon Neutral conferencing program, known as ‘Mercure Meetings,’ in 2008.

“Mercure Mindful Meetings artfully combine health, wellbeing and sustainability into meeting packages with a purpose to deliver carbon neutral meetings. From whole-food menus to incorporating yoga into meeting breaks, to offsetting greenhouse gasses by funding renewable energy sources through the Carbon Reduction Institute, Mercure’s Mindful Meeting concept is the way of the future.”

Charlotte Gutte, Director of Business Travel & MICE AccorHotels.Australia


Go-To Skincare Study

The Go-To Skincare Case Study highlights Go-To's journey towards becoming a certified carbon-neutral company. They have received certification from the Carbon Reduction Institute as a NoCO2 business, signifying their commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility.

Go-To is now carbon neutral, having been recently certified by the Carbon Reduction Institute as a NoC02 business. Becoming carbon neutral has been part of a natural evolution for Go-To, having already developed a reputation as a skin care company that makes uncomplicated, effective, cruelty-free. natural skincare. Go-To is proud to be certified cruelty-free. In addition, some Go-To products are suitable for vegans. Go-To is acutely aware of the ethical, environmental and social implications of using palm oil from Southeast Asia and consciously avoid using palm oil in their skin care.


Jasper Coffee Case Study

The Jasper Coffee Case Study highlights the sustainability journey of Jasper Coffee, a company with a strong commitment to environmental consciousness, organic practices, and fair trade. Seeking to elevate their efforts in addressing climate change, Jasper Coffee partnered with the Carbon Reduction Institute (CRI) to undergo a comprehensive NoCO2 assessment, a transformative step in their sustainability strategy.

Jasper Coffee is an Australian owned, 100% Carbon Neutral business. They roast and blend to perfection the highest quality Single Origin AA Grade Arabicas. They are strongly committed to coffee growers and the environment through their range of Certified Fairtrade & Organic and Shade Grown coffees, each with a unique story. They are founding members of the Fairtrade Association (Aus. & NZ) and were the first to offer Organic coffee in 1989.


Flinders + CO Case Study

The Flinders + Co. Case Study highlights the remarkable journey of a food service meat distribution company that has not only embraced environmental stewardship but has also achieved NoCO2 certification, the highest level of recognition offered by the Carbon Reduction Institute (CRI).


Hubbed Case Study

The HUBBED case study spotlights a pioneering solution in the transport and parcel delivery industry that addresses the pressing need for emissions reduction. With the explosive growth of e-commerce leading to a surge in parcel deliveries, there’s a simultaneous increase in greenhouse gas emissions, making sustainability paramount. HUBBED steps in as a game-changer, enabling businesses to mitigate their carbon footprint and deal with the last mile problem.