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      The UK's First Carbon Neutral Agency

      The climate emergency has became an ever prominent global conversation. The UK Government currently state that the UK will become carbon neutral by 2050, but science suggests this might be too late. As a small company we feel we have a responsibility to make a contribution to combatting the climate crisis by reviewing our practices and carrying out a carbon audit...

      We can proudly say that LIQUONA were the first carbon negative video production company in the UK in 2021!

      Sustainability Statement

      At Liquona, we are committed to integrating sustainability into every aspect of our operations. We recognise the profound impact that we can have on the environment, and we are dedicated to minimising our carbon footprint.

      Our team is continually educated on sustainable practices, and we strive to collaborate with like-minded partners and clients who share our commitment to a greener future. By choosing us, you're not just getting excellent services; you're also supporting a company that cares deeply about the planet and is actively working to preserve it for generations to come.

      Factors that contribute to the video production industry's carbon footprint (Scope 1 and 2 emissions)

      • Employee commutes; trains, cars and planes
      • Live action filming shoots; associated carbon costs include travel for crew, actors, and kit
      • Office; air conditioning and utilities
      • Computers; laptops, high end 3D graphics machines
      • Cloud storage; every email, photo, and internet transaction is stored in the cloud. The cloud is backed up on multiple humongous servers, powered by electricity.

      In a recent BBC article the impact of digital practices came clear.

      ‘If every adult in the UK sent one less “thank you” email, it could save 16,433 tonnes of carbon a year – the equivalent to taking 3,334 diesel cars off the road, according to energy company, OVO.’

      Our Carbon Emissions Audit

      We run an annual carbon audit.  For 2021 - 2023 we worked with Our Carbon to offset our calculated emissions.

      We are aware that a tonne for tonne (we produced 100 tonnes so will remove 100 tonnes of CO2) approach is not the most helpful in the world's move towards becoming carbon neutral.  We're proud to have four priorities in our carbon journey:

      1. Funding the planting of trees
      2. Avoiding CO2 emissions
      3. Removing CO2 from the atmosphere
      4. Restoring natures habitat

      Our process is to estimate our annual impact in tonnes, add 20% to cover inaccuracies.  We make sure to off set this total number of tonnes, but recognise that this isn't enough.  Over and above this number we're committed to funding the planting of trees, and restoring habitat, both of which can't be measured in the same way.

      We continue to work on areas of reduction for the long term benefit to our Planet. 

      We'll continue to review our practices

      • We choose crews close to filming locations where possible
      • Offering a cycle to work scheme
      • Reducing online data storage
      • We carefully consider every purchase we make
      • Reviewing suppliers and reducing plastic use
      • Removing un-necessary printing
      • Removing disposable cups and plastic bottles