Update on Sacha Dench’s record breaking climate expedition
Tonight on ITV at 9pm one of our clients, Sacha Dench, talks to Joanna Lumley in a documentary about Conservation without Borders and the Round Britain Climate Challenge.
Setting off in May of this year, in the world-first circumnavigation of mainland Britain in a specially adapted electric paramotor, Joanna Lumley followed Sacha and her cameraman Dan Burton, creating a compilation of interviews promoting sustainable approaches that will help Britain achieve net-zero by 2050 which was to be screened at COP26 in Glasgow.
Last month whilst completing the expedition tragically Sacha and Dan were involved in a collision. Dan sadly died and Sacha was seriously injured. Naturally, there was hesitance to proceed with the broadcast but Sacha and Dan’s family and friends still wanted the documentary to be shown as planned.
Alison Jones, Partner at Kreston Reeves said, “We are proud to support Sacha and highlight the work of Conversation without Borders. I would encourage everyone to watch the documentary about the expedition this evening and help spread their urgent message about climate change”
We believe that businesses have to start playing their part to help address the climate crisis and have pledged to be carbon neutral by the end of 2021. We plan to deliver that promise whilst also considering other aspects of our operations and how we can continue to reduce our carbon footprint. More about this and our commitment to sustainable goals can be read in our 2020/21 impact report.
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