Climate action is a collective effort. This means that successful climate strategies must involve everyone, from employees to consumers, from suppliers to investors, because we all have a vital role to play.
Both companies and governments have understood the urgent need to disclose their environmental impacts and the actions taken to mitigate them, so as to increase the confidence of their stakeholders and the credibility of their climate journey. In fact, investors and consumers increasingly require disclosure and transparency from companies, basing their investment and purchase choices on international reference frameworks, such as CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project), TCFD (Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosure) and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) ratings. Involving key internal and external stakeholders in climate strategies through personalised workshops and training improves the credibility and positioning of the brand.
Our team constantly monitors the evolution of regulations and supports companies in identifying solutions that will improve corporate ratings, for example in CDP questionnaires, and other international rating systems. In addition, our experts provide customised solutions for communicating the climate journey to various business stakeholders, including training activities.