Win a sustainable Christmas hamper with our COP26 quiz!

Competition Rules

With the festive season swiftly following last month’s COP26 summit, we thought to test your knowledge on the outcomes from this all important climate conference, via our COP26 Christmas quiz.

In-line with our company values, we’ll be giving away a sustainable hamper! T&Cs apply.

What could you win?

The Norway Spruce Christmas Hamper from Social Supermarket, worth £119.99. The hamper is compromised of 13 items containing gin, coffee, chocolate, wine and more, all sourced from brands which are eco-conscious, offer economic empowerment, or make charitable contributions.

How can I enter?  

The competition is free to enter – all you need to do is:

  • Complete our COP26 Quiz. There are 10 questions to answer, all dedicated to the outcomes from last month’s Glasgow summit.
  • Ensure you’re following the Action Sustainability and Sustainability Tool social media accounts:

Action Sustainability
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Sustainability Tool
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The competition closes at 23:59 on 12 December and the winner will be announced on our social channels at midday on the 15 December 2021, so make sure you follow our channels to hear if you’ve won.

To read the full terms and conditions, just click here.

Where can I read more about the outcomes of COP26?

Luckily for you, consultant Imogen Player has written an excellent overview of COP26 which you can read here.

Tip: Make sure you read this before taking the quiz!

Where can I get support with my company’s carbon strategy?  

We can provide strategic advice and tactical support on your carbon and energy needs and have a plethora of experience supporting clients in developing their approach to mitigating their impact on climate change.

Visit our website to find out more, or contact James Cadman, Head of Consultancy and Carbon, on james@actionsustainability.com or 07884 654 827.

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