Businesses have a role to play in improving the communities in which we live and work. That’s why sustainability lies at the core of everything we do at BCD Travel. On Earth Day and every day, BCD employees around the world are helping to restore our earth.
To learn more about Earth Day 2021 and the Restore our Earth™ theme, visit the official site.
Clockwise from center:
Anke Thoschlag, Senior Project Manager, CSS Implementations – Projects – Change Management
It’s two wheels over four for Anke who chooses to use her bike instead of her car to get around Hamburg, Germany.
Anne Lise Nordahl Nielsen, Product Management Analyst, Denmark
This spare-time beekeeper likes the idea of supporting biodiversity and being self-sufficient with local home-produced honey.
Dana Tedesco, Regional Program Manager, U.S.
She turned upcycled wine bottles into a hydroponic growth system.
Jose Manual Ruiz, Project Specialist, CSS Implementations – Projects – Change Management
José practices ecological farming in Spain, growing fruits and vegetables for his family.
Cynthia Sousa, Regional Program Manager
Gorgeous lettuce and other vegetables are growing abundantly at Cynthia’s home in Argentina.
Did you know?
- Climate change is occurring at an alarming rate and has many broad-reaching impacts on human health, the economy, and the stability of the natural environment. Increased emissions of greenhouse gases that trap heat and block it from escaping the atmosphere drive significant global disruption to climate systems as we know them. Low-income, indigenous, and communities of color are already bearing the brunt of climate change and are disproportionately on the front lines of environmental disasters.
- BCD Travel is the first global travel management company to join the Science Based Target Initiative, an international cohort working to increase corporate participation on climate action in line with the Paris Agreement. BCD supports science-based targets aimed at reducing greenhouse gases and has set a goal to significantly reduce its own CO2 emissions by 2030.
- More than 1 billion people in 192 countries now participate in Earth Day activities each year, making it the largest civic observance in the world. Be a part of Earth Day and help further climate action across the globe.