Sector: Sustainability

Internal Communications: Your steps towards increased sustainability

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Sustainability is quickly becoming the top priority, as many organisations are redefining and rethinking their purpose.

From a business perspective, those companies that have made a commitment to fight against climate change will have a competitive advantage as society becomes more environmentally aware.

As evidenced by the pandemic, employees feel committed to companies that contribute to improving the environment. Employees want to be part of this project, and we can create a solid working community by training people and encouraging them to help save the planet.

At Grayling we want to do our bit to help companies redefine themselves and implement this new purpose, whilst ensuring employees are involved and can make the project their own. To this end, our team in Spain has developed a comprehensive carbon footprint offsetting programme. This will give employees the opportunity to measure their C02 footprint and, thanks to a specific training course we will offer, we can then develop a monthly plan to reduce their footprints.

Click on this link to learn how we can take steps towards sustainability together.

If you would like to know more, our team in Madrid is happy to advise you. Get in touch with Almudena Rodríguez Tarodo at




What to expect from the EU Farm to Fork strategy

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On 20 May 2020 the European Commission published its landmark “Farm to Fork” strategy.

At the heart of the European Green Deal, the strategy aims to promote the transition to sustainable food systems in Europe, taking a universal approach, from food production to consumption, to achieve – according to the Commission – “healthy people, healthy societies and a healthy planet”.

For a more detailed analysis please see Grayling’s Policy Briefing here, and of course if you have any questions or want to find out more, please don’t hesitate to contact us at