Sustainability for a truly progressive planet

Our ESG Commitment

The adoption of ESG best practices and the societal push to improve annual greenhouse gas emissions has no doubt helped stimulate interest in cleantech innovation. At Progressive Planet, we see a Greenfield of opportunity to reduce pressure on the environment by considering the lifecycle of products and resources and understanding what shapes industry regulations and investment across the cleantech economy.

Progressive Planet has introduced its own ESG reporting as of May 2022.

Every single product that we introduce into the market, we do so to lower the carbon footprints of the end user so the next generation can enjoy this planet as much as we do.

— Stephen Harpur, CEO

Operating in the circular economy

The circular economy aims to redefine growth, focusing on solutions that yield positive society-wide benefits through smarter production and consumption. For businesses that understand and operate with this principle in mind – it can become a competitive edge of epic proportion.

Progressive Planet’s development efforts are dedicated to tackling the global challenges of climate change. We help industries see and experience the strength of natural minerals used to and sustainable circular solutions to reuse, recycle and regenerate.

Decarbonization

Carbon mitigation — reducing climate change — involves reducing the flow of heat-trapping greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, either by reducing sources of these gases (for example, the man-made CO2 from the production of Portland cement and chemical fertilizers) or enhancing the “sinks” that accumulate and store these gases (such as the oceans, forests, and, in our case, soil).

Companies and governments are acting with increased urgency to develop plans to decarbonize through carbon mitigation and promote activities that create environmental benefits through carbon capture / sequestration or regenerative agriculture.

There is a massive opportunity for carbon sequestration and mitigation across the construction, agricultural, and other at-risk growth industries identified by PLAN.