Science Based Target Initiative

Science Based Targets initiative

What is the SBTi? The Science Based Target Initiative (SBTi) is a partnership between Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), the United Nations Global Compact, the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). The SBTi was established to promote ambitious climate action in the private sector by enabling organisations to set science-based emission reduction […]

United Nation Sustainable Development Goals


What are the SDG’s? In 2015, the United Nations adopted Agenda 2030, a set of 17 global development goals for 2016-2030. These Sustainable Development Goals (also known as Global Goals or SDG’s) aim to ensure a prosperous, peaceful and sustainable future for people and the planet. The 2030 Agenda recognises that ending poverty and other […]


EU taxonomy

What is the EU-taxonomy? The EU Taxonomy is a classification system developed by the European Union (EU) to identify and define economic activities that are considered environmentally sustainable. The taxonomy provides a framework for assessing the extent to which an economic activity contributes to one or more of the EU’s six environmental objectives: To qualify […]

Carbon Disclosure Project

Carbon Disclosure Project

What is the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP)? CDP is a non-profit organisation that provides a global system for companies, cities and states to measure and disclose their environmental impacts, risks and opportunities related to climate change, water security and deforestation. CDP reporting is widely recognised as a leading standard for environmental reporting and is increasingly […]

Green House Gas Protocol

Greenhouse Gas Protocol

What is the Green House Gas Protocol (GHG Protocol)? The Green House Gas Protocol (GHG Protocol) is an organisation that provides global standards for the capture and reporting of greenhouse gases for both the private and private sectors. GHG Protocol introduced the division of emissions into Scopes 1, 2 and 3 to provide a clear […]

Human Rights Due Diligence

What is Human Rights Due Diligence (HRDD)? Human Rights Due Diligence (HRDD) is an approach by which companies minimise their negative impacts on human rights and maximise their positive impacts. This applies to their own operations, and also the suppliers and services used by the company. HRDD is the process of identifying, assessing, preventing, mitigating […]

ESG Reporting

What are ESG reports? In a sustainability report, a company provides insight into its strategy and policy on sustainability, how it implements it and how it scores on the various metrics. Sustainability, or ESG, stands for Environment, Social and Governance. Why sustainability reporting? In the 2015 Paris Agreement, countries agreed to limit global warming to […]

Sustainability Awareness and Training

Transformation starts with awareness. Many organisations seek help trying to understand the social and environmental elements they have influence on. What lies within your circle of influence? And what is your corporate responsibility to be concerned about? Our awareness sessions can help you to become informed, spark and facilitate discussions with your management team, your […]

Sustainability Capability Assessment

Understanding what the capabilities are you need to nurture or develop to support your sustainability journey is crucial in getting started and showing progress. Long-term, sustainable thinking requires many business functions to get aligned and cooperate on a new topic which can be a daunting thought. Using our Sustainability Capability Model we can gage the […]