"The StartNOW Challenge gives you access to learning resources and a community of passionate sustainability experts who can help you towards the next level on your journey to reduce emissions".
Katell Le Goulven
Hoffmann Global Institute
for Business and Society
StartNOW: Empowering Impactivists Towards a More Sustainable Future
Join like-minded climate impactivists on our next 4-week StartNOW Jan '24 Challenge, organised by INSEAD Alumni and friends.
Learn, Act, and Connect through tools, resources and hands-on facilitation that deepen your understanding of climate change and help you take meaningful action to reduce your carbon footprint at home and workplace.
Starting in January 2024, your StartNOW Facilitator will lead your team through a series of weekly group calls, each focusing on an 'Act.' These sessions will empower you to reduce your carbon footprint, connect with like-minded individuals, and take meaningful action towards a sustainable future.
Use Climate Hero’s user-friendly online tool to measure your carbon footprint and discover actionable steps you can take to reduce it.
Help your workplace switch to a green energy supplier or reduce energy consumption. Adjusting the workplace temperature can make a significant impact while saving your company money.
After 4 weeks, celebrate your contributions to positive change by completing our knowledge assessment and receiving a participation certificate!
Check if your company has made any net-zero pledges or has a sustainability plan in place. If not, explore ways to engage to reduce your workplace carbon footprint.
Work alongside your company to commit to decreasing work-related travel and transportation. Not only can this help reduce your carbon footprint, but it can also have a positive financial impact.
StartNOW Community on LinkedIn
Join our Sustainability In Action LinkedIn Group where you can:
Learn by reading and sharing articles, research & reports
Act by mobilising, taking action, and sharing best practices
Connect and engage with other climate impactivists across multiple threads