Climate, Environment and Sustainability
Addressing climate change, accelerating the transition to clean renewables, and stopping the decline of nature and biodiversity are three of the most critical challenges facing humanity.
Scientific evidence, mounting community pressure and international efforts have created powerful new momentum for tackling these issues and creating not just a cleaner, but a fairer, energy system that accounts for marginalised communities and future generations. Governments are legislating and regulating for reduced emissions, driving new models, incentives and schemes aimed at dramatically reducing sectoral carbon footprints.International disclosure and accounting standards are creating business and sectoral emissions transparency with effects on capital flows and social licence.
Nature is under pressure worldwide. Community expectations for how we manage, protect and regulate our social and economic interactions with the environment is on the rise. Governments, business and international governance bodies are shifting to transformative ways of valuing nature, with new models for environmental accounting, disclosures and risk assessment transforming society’s relationship with natural capital.
How we can help
- Climate regulation and strategy: Working with stakeholders and government to refine sector policies, regulatory frameworks to optimise transition to net zero futures
- Engage sectors and communities: Understanding their needs, barriers and aspirations for the new energy economy, and to build insights on resilience in the face of a changing climate.
- Co-design policy, regulatory arrangements and strategy: Driving towards a low-emission economy, engaging agency and industry decision-makers, stakeholders, scientific experts, economic experts and communities at local, national or international levels to co-create the future and the roadmap for achieving it.
- Coalition building: helping industry sectors, government and NGOs work together to achieve unachievable outcomes working in isolation.
- Co-design authentic ESG programs: Identifying sustainability-driven market differentiators that orient organisations towards meaningful and measurable impact.
- Sector-wide innovation: Creating new strategies, models, programs, and interventions that change operating dynamics and that shift the equation towards sustainability.
- Geospatially-enabled experiences: Online or real-world experiences, that create new spatial insights in areas like agricultural production and environmental impact, biosecurity risk and food security.