November 10, 2021 | Published by bit.bio
CAMBRIDGE, UK, 10 November 2021 - today bit.bio announces they are joining the world’s efforts to tackle the climate crisis by joining the United Nations Race to Zero campaign and are committed to achieving net zero and beyond, ahead of the 2050 deadline. The commitment is part of the company’s mission to Code Cells for Health, where the business is built to do good and contribute to global sustainability from day one.
bit.bio are joining the SME Climate Hub and The Climate Pledge who are official Race to Zero partners.
Chair of bit.bio’s Ethics and Future Board
bit.bio is committed to:
The commitment to the UK COP26 Presidency and Race to Zero builds on bit.bio’s existing commitment to the UN Sustainable Development Goals 3 on good health and well-being, 9 on industry, innovation and infrastructure and 15 on life on land.
To achieve these goals, the company has integrated sustainable, low-carbon practices into its growth from the start. These include:
In addition to the local and internal mitigation and resilience efforts, helping them to go carbon negative over time, the company is also investing in high impact and value international carbon reduction projects, chosen by all the staff together in a vote, with organisations such as: