Healthy Planet

One Home Ground

We recognise the impact that climate change continues to have on the sport and entertainment landscape and the planet as a whole and hold ourselves directly accountable for change.

Turnstile believe we all have a responsibility to protect our one-and-only ‘home ground’ and that climate change must be addressed as a matter of urgency. We understand that as individuals and as a business, we must reduce direct CO2 emissions, offset unavoidable emissions and provide meaningful support to environmental projects.

The Tenka Group, including the Turnstile business, is a certified Carbon Neutral company. Working with leading climate action advocate ClimatePartner, we have measured and calculated our greenhouse gas emissions across all offices and operations via a detailed Corporate Carbon Footprint Assessment. We have offset all our unavoidable emissions by investing in globally certified carbon offset projects, including Clean Oceans Plastic Bank, Solar Energy Project in Namibia and Plant-A-Tree Conservation Program Australia.

Being Carbon Neutral is part of our commitment to sustainability and a demonstration of our belief that the sport and entertainment industry must play a leadership role in emissions reduction.

Dividend for the Planet

The Turnstile business has committed to delivering an annual ‘Dividend for the Planet’, where 2% of company profits are invested into offsetting emissions and supporting effective environmental projects around the world.

This passion for sustainability is shared by numerous Turnstile clients, from rights-holders to athletes and brands, on our journey towards a Net Zero future.

We’ve made a clear commitment through our annual ‘Dividend for the Planet’ and are determined to be part of the solution and hope to see more businesses in our industry go on similar journeys to play their part.

Amy the WasteShark

The program we chose for our 2023 Healthy Planet initiative was to team up with RanMarine technology, sponsoring the launch of ‘Amy’ the WasteShark.

WasteSharks are small autonomous surface vessels (ASV) that have a single mission to provide an eco-friendly solution to keeping waterways clean.

The goals for the project were to mitigate plastic pollution, increase environmental awareness placing the WasteSharks in high visibility areas and data collection and analysis. All of this helps to inform future conservation efforts and enables the technology to monitor and proactively improve water quality.

After 3 months we’re delighted with the results:
• 6 missions completed
• 3.48 km covered
• 40 litres of Mix (Man-made & Biomass) captured
• 85 kg of Mix (Man-made & Biomass) captured
• 32 litres of Man-made Trash captured

Visit the RanMarine website to find out more and get involved.