Royal London is first mutual company to use Pawprint for Business as part of its climate change commitments

10 December 2021

Royal London Pawprint

ICMIF member Royal London Group (UK) was the first mutual insurance, pensions and investment company to roll out Pawprint for Business to all employees as part of its climate change commitments and net zero targets. The mutual announced the roll out of Pawprint in late November 2021.

Pawprint for Business helps businesses to unite, engage and support their employees in tackling climate change at work, at home and beyond. Employees are empowered to measure, understand and reduce their carbon footprints using the handy Pawprint app and are supported by their employer via Pawprint’s unique business insights platform. The insights platform delivers employee sentiment and carbon data analysis enabling Royal London to fully understand and support employee efforts as well as shaping the corporate sustainability strategy, aligning employee sentiment and business goals.

Royal London had more than 400 colleagues join and start using Pawprint in the two weeks after the app launched.

Jo Walker, Environment and Sustainability Manager at Royal London, said: “At Royal London we want to help build a future worth living in. We know climate change is the challenge that will define our generation and we all need to take action to curb global carbon emissions. We’re pleased to see our colleagues joining Pawprint and helping make a difference by living a more sustainable life.”

Christian Arno, founder and Pawprint CEO, said: “Founded by experienced entrepreneur and Lingo24 founder Christian Arno, Pawprint combines the very latest in; technology, behavioural science and carbon data and is scientifically backed by Mike Berners-Lee, the leading authority on carbon data. Pawprint is the first eco companion tool that encompasses all aspects of life – combining home, work and beyond.”

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