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We work with a diverse range of businesses and organisations from all areas of industry to help them define and implement their climate and carbon strategies. Explore our case studies to understand more about our services in action and hear our client’s sustainability success stories.




Grupo Promerica Net-Zero Banking Alliance (NZBA) Target Setting

Grupo Promerica is a group of Latin America-based financial companies committed to financing sustainability and creating positive impact today for generations to come. Three banks of Grupo Promerica are signatories of the Net-Zero Banking Alliance (NZBA), which was launched in 2021 and brings together a global group of banks representing about 40% of global banking assets. Grupo Promerica approached EcoAct to help measure the carbon footprint of two of his banks and set reduction targets, consistent with a maximum temperature rise of 1.5 °C.

EcoAct conducts a climate risk assessment for Getlink

Getlink manages and operates the infrastructure of the Channel Tunnel between England and France. Because of its activity and geographical position, it may face many challenges and changes on climate in the years to come. EcoAct worked with Getlink to conduct a climate risk assessment of their activities.

YEGO measures the environmental impact of its scooters through Life Cycle Assessment

YEGO is an innovative company that operates an electric scooter hire scheme in France and Spain. Understanding the environmental impact of its scooters is a key part of its operations. YEGO worked with EcoAct to assess its environmental approach, which has been in place for several years.   

United Utilities: Sustainability reporting standards to guide climate action

EcoAct has been assisting with United Utilities sustainability reporting to help them improve inline with the internationally recognised criteria of the CDP and SBTi to ensure they are meeting best practice and continue to be an industry leader for corporate sustainability within the water utilities sector.

Setting a Science-based target and an emissions reduction strategy for the pharmaceutical group Servier

The pharmaceutical laboratory Servier chose EcoAct to structure its climate strategy and get its emissions reduction targets validated by the Science Based Target Initiative (SBTi), an international organisation specialised in emission reduction trajectories compatible with the Paris Agreement. This approach is aligned with the Group’s CSR strategy.

The UK’s First Carbon Neutral Laminate Launches

Working with See Ltd, EcoAct conducted a full Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of BioCarbon Laminates that analysed its carbon emissions, non-renewable energy use and water consumption, to create the UK’s first carbon neutral laminate. By measuring and reducing its environmental impacts, this product provides architects and builders with a sustainable option that is fully verified to the highest environmental standards.
energy management success story from Harvey Nichols

Harvey Nichols: An energy management success story

EcoAct has a long-standing partnership with Harvey Nichols and it was through this existing relationship that we were able to help their finance and procurement teams identify the opportunity for significant energy and cost savings across their retail estate.
Anya Hindmarch launches "I AM a plastic bag"

I Am A Plastic Bag

EcoAct is delighted to be supporting Anya Hindmarch with her project to raise awareness of plastic consumption and recycling.
Natwest energy management

NatWest Group adopts a data-driven approach to energy management

Natwest Group was searching for a comprehensive approach to managing energy performance and environmental reporting.

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