Married with our technology practice to create an important clean-tech capability.
Markets of Importance
We are all in for those green and clean disruptors, minimizing footprints and reclaiming the earth, eliminating waste and reinvigorating the climate conversation. These are some areas we look forward to playing a role.
- Net Zero Strategies
- Circular Economy
- Sustainable Leadership
- Environmental Justice
- ESG & Finance
- Supply Chain Sustainability
- Upcycled Goods
- Renewable Energies
- Ocean Preservation
- Vertical Farming
- Electrical Transportation
- Clean-Tech Manufacturing
Green is Cool and Vital
Say what you want about Elon Musk, but the unfiltered disruptor has made green cool and doable, from the likes of TESLA’s drive to eliminate our commitment to gas-powered vehicles to his SPACEX mission to reuse and recycle rockets.
As we move past the green hiatus pre-2020, we anticipate an exponential leap in green productizing in the US and around the world. As diverse as green is, we see it as a natural overlay to each of our practices, whether you have clean tech, consumer goods, a franchise concept, a health play with a green upside or you’re in the business of manufacturing, we are eager to keep green front and center.
Our Environment Experience
We have been fortunate to work with some of the most progressive companies pioneering new clean tech applications in manufacturing, transportation and carbon offsetting.
Elevating Interface’s Journey to Sustainability
Interface tapped Trevelino/Keller to support its public relations efforts, specifically elevating the brand’s design expertise, products, and thought leadership. Our emphasis would take the form of Interface’s mission to reduce global warming through manufacturing innovation, starting with initiatives like its ReEntry™ recycling program to reduce discarded flooring in landfills; Net-Works to collect discarded fishing nets for recycling into new yarn.
Its overall commitment to be carbon negative by 2040 would play well at Climate Week and Bloomberg Sustainable Business Summit as well as lead to Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies and Innovation by Design, the UN Climate Action Award and national coverage by The New York Times.