Changing the way we produce food demands participation and collaboration to help reduce global warming, and to leave a healthier planet for the next generations. We facilitate that.
At ZERO IMPACT we see global warming as an opportunity to reimagine the way things are done and find new, innovative ways to begin the reduction of greenhouse gases in order to reverse global warming. Our solution offers our partners a way to contribute substantially to its environmental stainability goals at zero cost.
For Companies that are committed to helping reduce the effect of global warming it is challenging to find meaningful, measurable ways to begin the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. They struggle to translate their commitments into actions and become a more sustainable business. This is especially true for companies in the Food and Beverage Sector, which account for 28% of global greenhouse gas emissions.
Project: Conservation of the Iberian Steppes Location Castilla-La Mancha, Spain Funding Micro donations from passengers visiting the 80+ bars and restaurants in 12+ airports in Spain, operated SSP Spain, experts in creating and running food outlets where people are...
Our Success Stories
Increased biodiversity, animal welfare, shelter
Reduce the alcohol percentage by moderating the temperature with hedges, biodiversity
Biodiversity, cooler climate, a lower degree of alchol
Herbal, aromatic and medicinal plants
Climate change is nothing new. The rate at which is changes is. We are inspired by the impact technical solutions are making to reduce global warming. We are convinced ecological solutions have the same potential.
Together with agronomists and scientist we look for new ways to harness the power of our natural systems and implement what works. There is still time, but not for half measures.
The generations before us lacked the knowledge to act. We don’t and that gives us a shared responsibility to act. For that we need to cooperate with nature and with each other and confront the human causes of global warming.
We are not activists. Our agenda is human. We are convinced that it is our duty to leave a better earth behind for the future generations. Anything else would be asocial.
The food sector will be impacted more and more by the effects of global warming. Rising costs, increased regulations and pressure on eco-systems make the business environment unpredictable and threaten the viability of companies in the food sector.
We believe that solutions to reduce global warming also need to strengthen the viability and resilience of businesses. This allows them to do good instead of just preventing harm.