Strategy Development

 

 

 

 

Business models and balance sheets are increasingly exposed to a growing list of ESG issues. From climate change and biodiversity loss to social justice to digitization, we develop and implement strategies for our clients to effectively navigate the risks and opportunities associated with their ESG priorities. Our team has conducted stakeholder engagements, set targets, designed roadmaps, and modeled costs to future-proof our clients and align them to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

  • Benchmarking & Gap Analysis
  • Circular Economy Systems
  • Climate Resilience & Adaptation Planning
  • GHG Abatement Strategy (Marginal Abatement Cost Curves)
  • Leadership & Stakeholder Engagement
  • Net-Zero Pathways
  • Sustainability Strategy and Roadmap Creation
  • Target-setting (SBTs, Net-Zero, Carbon Neutral, Climate Positive, Water Stress, DEI, Training, Social Impact)

Sustainability Solutions

Risk Management

Enterprise risk management must expand to prioritize and integrate a variety of ESG issues

Impact Assessment

We support our clients in assessing and monitoring the impacts associated with their ESG priorities

Voluntary Disclosure

We support our clients in reporting and disclosing voluntary frameworks aligned to their ESG priorities

Regulatory Optimization

We support our clients in optimizing their exposure to current and upcoming ESG regulations

The Role of Net-Zero in Corporate Strategy

The Paris Agreement signed in 2015 ushered in a new era in corporate strategy. This new era is one where companies and investors play a fundamental role in addressing the key issue of our time – climate change. In our lifetime, the corporate sector has increasingly experienced the impact of climate risk – both physical and transitional. Nonetheless, corporate leaders realize that climate change is also the biggest wealth-creating opportunity in human history.

The Climate Change Quagmire

Climate change experts have been warning us for the past 30 years of such extreme weather conditions due to global warming, and this reality should be setting in for many of us as we watch weather patterns become more and more intense. As individuals, we try to do our part to reduce our environmental impact. We recycle, we buy electric cars, we support conservation efforts, we buy clean electricity … but have you ever stopped to wonder what corporations are doing to help prevent global warming?