Solution Set a Strategy.

To achieve your climate ambitions a robust strategy is key.

A strategy ensures appropriate and ambitious goals for your climate change management programme. It also ensures a coordinated and considered approach for maximum impact at minimum cost.

We can help to evaluate your current strategy or devise one from scratch which could include:

  • A strategic review of your business, its stakeholders and competitors
  • Assessment of your climate risks and opportunities
  • Assistance with developing and embedding ambitious strategies and industry best-practice into your business.

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Climate Risk Analysis.

Find our which areas of your business are at risk from climate change and learn how to capitalise on opportunities.
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Strategic Review.

Truly understanding your business is the key to making a difference. Find out why.
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Carbon Neutrality.

Turn negative impact into positve and take the path to climate leadership.
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Science-based targets.

Science-based targets (SBTs) are ambitious carbon reduction targets in line with climate science.
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Case study: Compass Group

"EcoAct provided us with invaluable help for our CDP response this year and were very accommodating with our extra requirements. It was a pleasure working with them"
Sustainability Manager
Compass Group
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Featured Report: 5 steps towards intelligent sustainability

Sustainability is critical to the fights against climate change, but it is much more than an environmental issue. It also makes clear business sense, and has become integral to long-term corporate success.

From board level engagement to cost saving initiatives, our eBook outlines 5 essential steps to successfully plan your company’s environmental sustainability approach.

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Featured blog: A Blueprint for a Winning Carbon Neutral Strategy

The word “strategy” is derived from ancient Greek. Although then a term for the battlefield as opposed to the boardroom, its essential meaning endures: a high-level plan to achieve a
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