Our mission and history
We empower manufacturers and suppliers alike to cut emissions by at least 50% by 2030.
We enable the bold, collaborative action to make the changes necessary to tackle the climate crisis.
We invite you to join us.
What drives us?
The name Manufacture 2030 was specifically chosen in line with the Sustainable Development Goals intended to be achieved by 2030 - defined as ‘the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all’.
Climate change is the greatest threat of our time. Our collective and collaborative actions now will define which path we take.
2degrees launches the world's first collaborative sustainable business community online.
Asda-Walmart food and drink suppliers join the 2degrees platform as part of the retailer's drive to reduce upstream carbon, water and waste.
GSK, the Co-op and Unilever join the 2degrees platform to engage their suppliers on sustainability. The 2degrees team starts to consolidate the lessons learnt from these programmes to develop its core approach.
2degrees named in Sustainia's Top 100 Sustainable Solutions 2016, an annual guide to 100 innovative solutions from around the world at the forefront of sustainability.
2degrees joins UN Global Opportunity Explorer, a platform showcasing the most innovative solutions addressing the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, fostering a greener and fairer world by 2030.
Manufacture 2030 software as a service is launched with a mission to bring major corporations and their supply chain partners together to turn bold carbon commitments into reality, creating a more sustainable future by 2030.
Interface launch pilot schemes with Manufacture 2030 as part of their Suppliers to Zero programme, aimed at simplifying the implementation of sustainability initiatives.
Asda-Walmart and Co-op and 800 suppliers move on to the Manufacture 2030 platform.
Toyota North America and Reckitt launch programs with their suppliers; Bayer brings 140+ of its manufacturing plants on to the platform.
Manufacture 2030 becomes ISO27001 certified.
GSK Consumer Health and GSK Pharma partner with Manufacture 2030 to progress towards the bold climate and nature commitments they have made.
Morrisons joins Manufacture 2030 with a view to achieving a 30 per cent reduction in supply chain Scope 3 carbon emissions by 2030.
Manufacture 2030 named in ProcureTech100.
World Economic Forum makes Manufacture 2030 a Technology Pioneer for its 2022 cohort.
Manufacture 2030 and Edison Energy announce strategic partnership to help drive supplier decarbonization.
Ricardo and Manufacture 2030 partner to provide senior leadership teams in large multinational corporations with mappable pathways to reduce emissions within their supply chains.
RENEW Energy Partners and Manufacture 2030 announce next phase of partnership to accelerate supply chain decarbonization via access to green funding and supplier capability building.
Activate program launched to accelerate decarbonization in active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) supply chains. Founding members include: AstraZeneca, Bristol Myers Squibb, GSK, Johnson & Johnson, and Pfizer.
Ford joins Manufacture 2030 with the aim of meeting its target to become carbon neutral by no later than 2050 globally, and by 2035 in Europe.
Manufacture 2030 named in ProcureTech100 for second year running.
Manufacture 2030 named a Gartner® Cool Vendor in the 2022 Cool Vendors™ in Supply Chain Management Technology report.
Manufacture 2030 contributes to discussions at WEF's Annual Meeting in Davos as part of Tech Pioneer status.
Manufacture 2030 raises £5 million in Series A investment round, with Maven VCTs and Amati AIM VCT investing £3 million and £2 million respectively.
Funding aimed at capitalising on opportunities in both existing and new verticals, accelerating product development, and scaling go-to-market capacity across North America and continental Europe.