REVOLT – Climate Disclosure Report 2019

CLIMATE DISCLOSURE REPORT 2019

Our Business, totally transparent.

We commit to using our creativity to inspire change.

This is a 100% transparent overview of our employee time allocations & percentage of turnover from our clients, including any high carbon conflict clients for 2019. Moving forward, we will continue to publically report our triple-bottom-line on an annual basis & measure success against our climate impact.

Download our 2019 report (PDF)

Measurement - How we measure our success.

%

of time spent on positive impact projects.

%

of revenue from SDG aligned projects.

%

of employee retention & Peakon score.

For us, these are the metrics that matter. Projects that make a difference, and a workplace culture that's too good to leave.

UN GOALS IN 2019 - 20% of our total revenue and staff hours contributed to four of the UN SDG's.

Overall time spent

A breakdown of our allocated hours for 2020.

92%

Business

4%

Government

4%

Donated

A minute of good

For every billable hour, we donate a minute of our time to help startups or charities with a positive agenda, who can not afford the services of an agency.

REVENUE - Business client revenue by sector.

5 largest project briefs

Of 2020, based on % revenue and % of staff hours spent, combined.

Hotels & Hospitality

Shift a leading hotel chain’s European approach to marketing, from traditional advertising to an interconnected and traveller-centric marketing strategy.

Clean Energy

Developing customer facing communications, digital strategy, online experiences and multi-market content roll-out for a 100% renewable electricity subscription service.

Sustainable cities

Educate professional home-builders and architects on the health and energy consumption benefits produced by the use of roof-windows and smart/connected window appliances.

Clean Energy

Help a leading consumer brand develop a strategy and online experience that makes the complex process of going Solar, as easy and tangible as possible.

Workplace rights

Develop a relatable content platform / series to educate teenagers on their rights in the workplace whilst they study.

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Our climate conflicts

Percentage of income from potential carbon critical industries.

0%

Non-renewables

0%

Metal manufacturing

5.2%

Carbon-heavy transportation

0%

Chemicals & Petrochemicals

0%

Private cars

0%

Aviation

0%

Concrete & Cement

0%

Timber, Pulp & Paper

0%

Plastics

Controversial clients

% of revenue from clients predominantly involved in:

0%

Arms

0%

Religion

0%

Gambling

0%

Politics

0%

Pornography

0%

Aviation

0%

Tobacco

0%

Alcohol

0%

Plastics

This list of potentially controversial sectors is taken from the International Finance Corporation and ethical investment criteria.