Hanabi Agency

Hanabi Agency

Lincoln, GB

Strategic eCommerce agency creating sustainable digital products & experiences that excite & inspire

25 - Founding business

37

months

of climate impact

47.25t

of carbon reduction

3,108

trees in their forest

Hanabi Agency

3,108 trees funded

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Hanabi Agency's sustainability goals

Their journey to becoming a low carbon business

  • Deliver sustainable web design

  • Switch to green web hosting

  • Reduce and offset our carbon footprint

Hanabi Agency's badges

Keeping track of their climate contributions.

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Climate projects Hanabi Agency has supported

Their funding directly impacts atmospheric CO2 levels

Hanabi Agency's impact visualised

47.25 tonnes of CO2e is equivalent to one of the following

  • 36

    long haul flights

  • 142

    metres2 of sea ice saved

  • 117,227

    miles driven in a car

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