With the intention of walking towards transparency, here we will share relevant information on the humans behind the company name and our actions towards minimizing our footprint and negative impact.
Latinlingua is and has always been fully owned by its founders: Ignacio Valencia Ru and Vanina Ricciardelli.
Here we will share the latest social and environmental reports we create to measure what matters.
As with every journey towards coherence, this is a work in progress and we’ll update the information every 6 months to show our progress.
We’re creating scorecards, which keep us on track towards continuous improvement, and will update yearly as we settle back from in-person to remote to hybrid work modes 🙂
Power consumption at our HQ - Buenos Aires
At our main office we use power to keep our servers active, use our workstations and run the AC in the summer months. We also use it to heat water and food. In 2023 we will run a campaign to optimize the use of the AC and look for more eco-friendly alternatives to the electric oven we have. Our goal: stay at 2022 levels or under.
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Natural Gas / Heating our HQ in Buenos Aires
We use natural gas to get hot water and to heat the office (floor heating system) in the winter. Our goal: stay beneath 2022 levels by 10%
Jun 11 2020Eating insects may sound gross to most of us (true, not to Diego, our Mexican linguist) but donating the English captions for The Gateway Bug back in 2017 opened our appetite to drive entomophagy adoption.
Mar 21 2020Finding inner peace is a challenge in and of itself. We want to stop infoxifying ourselves and others. We invite you to our journey towards meaningful messaging and a meaningful life. Let’s find the noise in our life and cancel it out.
Mar 11 2020
Jan 06 2020Growing your own food confronts you with a myriad of emotions, from the frustration of realizing how little we know about it to the thrill and joy of tasting the outcome. Can life in the city include gardening? We’re set to find out.
Jan 03 2020A Coming of Wizards, Michael ReynoldsInQuotes