The impacts of, and response to climate change will result in wide-reaching changes to supply chains, technologies and trading conditions.
Companies are taking action: There has been a step-up in ambitious corporate targets as companies look to meet investor and or customer expectation and manage long-term climate related risks.
Consumer pressure for business to ‘do the right thing’ is increasing and inaction means real risk to future business success. Retailers have long supply chains and the majority of emissions sit far up the value chain. It is a challenge to robustly measure emissions, credibly develop plans and reliably track progress. Our Aim for zero service sets the right net zero pathways and strategies for our clients.
Our strategies will improve your resilience to a carbon constrained future and make a material contribution to tackling climate change.
Our clear plans identify the roles for different functions of a business to allow them to work together towards a common aim.
A pro-active approach gives you the best chance of an orderly transition. We help you to take early advantage of any opportunities created by a zero carbon economy.
Our expert, independent advice, based on hands-on experience gives you confidence your plan is ambitious, competitive and achievable.
We identify where you can generate value within your organisation and therefore respond to investor concerns.
Our Aim for zero service gives our clients costed pathways to achieve zero carbon complete with milestone targets and the structure for achieving them.
Because we work directly with industry to implement net zero projects, you can be confident that the targets set with Aim for zero are commercially viable, realistic and achievable in the real world.
Support in developing a clear net zero target, aligned to relevant external frameworks such as the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). Click here to find out more about this service.
Helping you to identify opportunities and risks in transitioning to zero carbon.
Defining a net zero strategy which details the most commercially attractive route to achieving your climate goals. Click here to find out more about this service.
Identifying future “tipping points” when certain strategic decisions need to be made (such as cost of carbon or gas vs electricity price).
Climate disclosure- TCFD, CDP and transition plans. Click here to find out more about this service.
Presenting the business case for the required investment.
Measurement, tracking and verification of value chain (scope 3) emissions. Click here to find out more about this service.
Developing tailored methodologies to make sure you are able to realise the reductions you are making.
Develop data strategies to integrate emerging data sets, such as primary data from suppliers.
Our managed environmental data service resulted in a significant improvement in the accuracy and robustness of reporting.
Advice on long-term target setting and production of scenario modelling tools to examine the impact of future initiatives.