Preserve our planet by helping businesses meaningfully reduce their impact.
Through innovation and education CarbonTrail works with businesses to understand their impact on the planet and become leaders in the change to a more sustainable world.
By empowering organisations we will have an outsized impact on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, enable businesses to be part of a new economy and ultimately create a better future for the next generation.
Positive for People & Planet
We are resolute in our approach to reducing environmental impacts and proud of the awesome workplace we create for our people.
Saving the planet is hard. We aim to make it easy and rewarding for others to play their part at every step of the journey.
Do It Better
We are founded on the concept that there must be a better way and to create new paths for progress.
Fact, Not Fiction
We act transparently based on sound science, best practice and accepted standards. If in doubt, don't hide it or make it up
Don't be a Dick
Be awesome to one another and build great things that help get us out of the mess we’re in.
Independent strategy and foresight advisor based in Aotearoa New Zealand and working with leadership teams around the Pacific time zone. Focus areas include emerging tech, technology governance, innovation strategy and applied foresight.
Ben writes the weekly Memia newsletter covering the latest emerging tech trends and accelerating global change.
Jeska is an independent carbon, sustainability and environmental assurance professional in Ōtautahi and director of McHugh & Shaw. Jeska has worked in this space in various roles, including research, consultancy, auditing and certification, for over twenty years.
The quality systems that support auditing, certification, and credible sustainability claims are an area of interest and expertise. Jeska is a current member of the New Zealand ISO/TC 207 SC 7 team (Greenhouse gas management and climate change-related activities) appointed by Standards New Zealand, having input into the revision and development of international standards.