Count Us In Employee Challenge

Empowering 100 million employees to take meaningful action on climate by 2025.

Inspiring teams, together

Team spirit and employee engagement are a driving force for organizations’ transition to a low carbon - cleaner, healthier, thriving - future. When employees participate, innovate and take ownership of this goal, businesses are better placed to deliver their ambitious net zero plans.

Through the Count Us In Employee Challenge, leading businesses are coming together to inspire and empower their employees, and build momentum for wider transformation. Together, we aim to show what we do matters, and that our individual actions add up to something bigger.

Organizations large and small are championing their teams for climate action. If your team is looking to take impactful steps to reduce their carbon pollution, get in touch to learn how you can join our community.

Taking steps around the world

Organizations around the world are harnessing the power of their workforce.

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We're adding up to something bigger

We are part of the world’s largest community of people and organizations taking action for climate change. The impact of steps made directly on Count Us In and through our platform partners are aggregated by Count Us In to demonstrate the collective impact of citizen action around the world.

Platform partners of the Employee Challenge
  • “Parce que chaque action compte”
  • “Because I know change is possible”
  • “Pour un futur plus vert et durable”
  • “Before the wildfires take everything”
  • “Because I believe in the power of us”
  • “To keep our family farm alive”
  • “Żeby dobrze żyć”
  • “Pour encore avoir de la neige à Noël”
  • “I’m doing it for my kids”
  • “A world my grandchildren can enjoy”
  • “Für unsere Zukunft”
  • “Pentru că vreau să simt că sunt parte din soluție”
  • “I want Florida to stay above water”
  • “Jotta kaikilla olisi parempi tulevaisuus”
  • “Én azokért cselekszem akiket aránytalanul érint”