Our Sectors

Our Sectors

Key Private Sectors

Consumer Goods

With people worldwide moving against the ‘take-make-use-dispose’ approach, there is pressure on consumer goods companies to adopt a more circular approach that reduces environmental impact.


Apparel and textile production and consumption generate significant environmental and social impacts and have lengthy supply chains, often with inaccessible or opaque associated data.


Efficient logistics are vital for global trade and economic activities. However, the transportation of goods – especially by trucks, ships and airplanes – is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions.


With people worldwide increasingly aware of the environmental impacts of products they purchase, there is huge pressure on manufacturers to adopt a more circular approach.


We know that product packaging is vital for efficient distribution and storage, Increasingly, however, consumers are challenging brands to ensure that product packaging is genuinely sustainable.

Land and Agriculture

Delivering a net-zero future requires all organisations and land owners to develop a credible strategy – one which drives absolute reduction across Scope 1, 2 and 3 carbon emissions.

Our Sectors

Key Public Sectors

Supranational Government

We expand upon our many years of Writing and implementing policies for the European Union to help across the board

National Government

Some of the greatest challenges facing governments today and for the foreseeable future will be how to create policies that balance the needs of the environment, business and people.

Local Government

We understand councils’ constraints, their challenges and how to turn evidence-based advice into workable strategies and operational changes that make a long-lasting impact.


The work carried out by NGOs across the globe is vital in the fight against climate change. They play a critical role in developing societies, improving communities and encouraging people to actively participate in creating a better world.