Race To Zero is a global campaign to rally leadership and support from businesses, cities, regions, investors for a healthy, resilient, zero-carbon recovery that prevents future threats, creates decent jobs, and unlocks inclusive, sustainable growth.
At Incube, we are on a mission to reimagine the built world and transform it from a major contributor of carbon emissions, to a central solution to the climate change crisis.
We do this by making products that reduce waste across the lifecycle of a buildings use, as our clients look to accelerate their journey to carbon net-zero. It is important that we’re not only supporting our clients to reach this target but take action ourselves.
It’s time to take action and that is the same for large organisations, SMEs and individuals.
We make this commitment with the SME Climate Hub, alongside 100’s of other SME’s so that we can learn and meet our targets to net zero, together. Through shared resources, tools and support as part of the wider United Nations Race to Zero campaign, the SME climate hub enables businesses to take action tailored for growing businesses.
At Incube we have made a commitment to be net-zero by 2030 but we fully expect to meet and exceed that target ahead of schedule. By taking action as an SME we can implement processes that enable us to scale sustainable practices rather than have to make changes as we grow.
Our skills lay in being able to marry technology and sustainable materials to create smart, reconfigurable spaces, using our patent-pending modular walls system that drastically cut the embodied and operational carbon emissions from the lifecycle of a building.
The built world accounts for almost 40% of carbon emissions. Typically associated with a slow and antiquated industry, innovative technology and a post-pandemic world provides an opportunity to accelerate changes that support a green recovery in the sector.
By ensuring that our suppliers and partners are on the same wavelength when choosing who we work with, we can help influence the whole supply chains to move towards sustainability as demand from our clients’ increase.
To learn more, you can read about the Race to Zero campaign set up by the United Nations and its focus on the built environment.
And if you’re an SME looking to join in, learn more about the SME Climate Hub.