March 21, 2023
The scientific evidence is clear: we urgently need to make drastic changes to our behavior in order to limit climate change and stay within the 1.5°C limit.
When we talk about the need for action to combat climate change, the answers are often the same;
These phrases reflect what is known as the triangle of inaction.
The triangle of inaction is the situation where each side explains that it's the fault of the other two that no action is being taken on climate change. In other words, the population, the state and business point the finger at the others to explain why things aren't changing.
But attributing responsibility to others blocks progress and, above all, provides a good reason to do nothing;
In short, there's every reason to sit back and do nothing...
As you can see, according to this triangle, it's in nobody's interest to act first.
To break this triangle, we need to raise awareness of the importance of changing now and on a large scale. All three players have a vested interest in changing their behavior, even for purely selfish reasons: their future will be altered by the consequences of climate change if this continues!
Furthermore, to break this triangle, it is necessary to develop active collaboration between the three parties. Stakeholders need to work together to develop sustainable solutions, using dialogue forums and public participation mechanisms for example.
To overcome the triangle of inaction between citizens, the state and companies, all three players hold all the cards;
At Surveco, we've decided to consume and move differently.
For example, 40% of our teambuilding material is bought second-hand and 100% of our travel is by soft mobility.
And to help companies and individuals overcome this triangle of inaction, we've created teambuildings to raise awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals.
No more excuses for not taking action, let's start taking responsibility now!
More and more articles are reporting on the decline of "classic" teambuildings; judged a waste of money and time, teambuildings are being roundly criticized. Let's decipher together!
On January 5, 2023, a European Commission regulation came into being under the name "Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)". It requires companies to report transparently on their sustainability policies and performance. Whether your target date is 2023 or 2027, it's a good idea to start the process as soon as possible and get as many people involved as possible.
Ready to take part in your next fun and committed teambuilding event?
Or not sure where to start?
Let's get together!
Did you know that websites consume a lot of energy? Today, with OLED screens going mainstream, pixels get individually lit up on your screen. That's why darker colours and less complex images allow part of your screen to go dark. Are we saving the planet by putting our background in dark green? No. Are we taking a tiny step in the right direction, with what's at our disposal while keeping our website fun with some photos and pops of colour? Yes! And that's what Surveco is all about :)
So yes, our background is dark, but yes, we also have fun animations & photos to show you what we're all about.
Added bonus: reading white text on a dark background is better for your eyes! You may for instance already notice how this popup is tiring them ;)