Thousands of businesses of all sizes, in all sectors and across the world are moving to carbon neutrality and join the growing number of companies benefitting from credible climate action. Developing carbon emission reduction targets is now becoming a pivotal part of a corporate sustainability efforts as well as their public announcements to their customers and shareholders. Third-party reporting and benchmarking programs are growing as well as the number of companies setting science-based carbon reduction targets.
We can help you with developing and embedding ambitious environmental strategies and industry best-practice into your business.
We tailor our solutions to your needs, our services include:
Carbon neutrality advisory
We focus on helping you succeed in your climate ambitions and capitalize on opportunities of low carbon world. We can help you develop and monitor your sustainability strategy so that both your company and the environment benefit.
Standards, business coalitions and regulatory advisory
We help companies navigate in increasingly complex sustainability regulations to ensure you save costs and comply with legislation and voluntary standards. We also help showcase your commitment through business coalitions that focus on sustainability.
Science-based targets (SBTs) advisory
SBTs are ambitious carbon reduction targets in line with climate science. We can support you through the process of SBTs validation and guide you to recognition for your targets.
Grants/ subsidies for your sustainable efforts
European Union aims through its Green deal transit to zero carbon economy. EU grants and funding focus on supporting companies in their low carbon efforts. We can help you navigate in funding schemes and advise on options you have.
It is now commonly understood that claims of carbon neutrality or carbon reduction must be substantiated and supported by best practice carbon accounting and reporting methods. If such standards are not followed, organisations’ claims may be subject to criticisms of ‘greenwashing’.