Committed To Sustainability
The DPP Committed to Sustainability programme is an industry leading scheme celebrating and promoting good practice in environmental sustainability, across the media industry.
In the face of growing concern about climate change, many in the media industry are becoming aware of the need to play their part in improving the sustainability of our industry. That’s why we developed the DPP Committed to Sustainability programme. The programme provides a practical tool to assess your organisation's progress against key environmental measures, and a common framework for procurement teams to assess the environmental impact of their suppliers. Most of all, it enables you to better understand your organisation's current status, and demonstrate a commitment to continuous improvement.
Being awarded the Committed to Sustainability mark enables us to demonstrate that we’re part of a wider industry drive to try and reduce our environmental impact
Kavi Pelpola, Chief Digital Officer, Atos
How do I take part?
You can take part in the programme by completing the online Committed to Sustainability checklist. Once you successfully complete the checklist, you'll be given your sustainability score, and you'll be awarded the DPP Committed to Sustainability mark. You can get started below, or contact our Business Development Manager to find out more before you begin.
The DPP Committed to Sustainability programme is supported by:
Atos is a global leader in digital transformation with 110,000 employees and annual revenu... read more.
Red Bee Media is a leading global media services company that empowers some of the world’s... read more.
What about us?
To make DPP events like the Leaders' Briefing carbon negative, we offset our emissions by planting trees. In partnership with Mossy Earth, we've started our own DPP forest!
Watch the video to find out more.
These companies have been awarded the DPP Committed to Sustainability mark.
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Contact our Business Development Manager to find out more, or to take part in the programme.
Business Development Manager