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#CarbonEmissions

there may only be 10 years left until we exceed the ‘’limit’’ of carbon emissions, and global warming can no longer be limited to 1.5 C

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#RegenerativeSystem

29th July 2021, humanity’s 

demand for ecological 

resources and services 

exceeded earth’s capability of regeneration in the year  

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#Resources

if everyone on the planet 
consumed like the average European,
 we would need 
3 earths
to sustain the global economy

What is the Circular Economy?

The aftereffects of a take-make-dispose attitude present a worrisome future for the planet. We cannot afford to further exploit the finite natural resources to meet infinite needs of the ever-growing population.

All of us, ​employees & citizens, public & private institutions, companies & households, ​have the responsibility to contribute​.

The  Circular Economy  allows us to look beyond a disposable mindset. It provides us with the tools to tackle climate change and biodiversity loss, by reducing GHG emissions, revalorising waste and relieving the pressure on natural resources.

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From an industrial perspective, the Circular Economy is an opportunity to run a business profitably while staying within the planetary boundaries

Why does it matter for your business?

Incorporating circularity helps industries to be well prepared for the supply shocks due to unavailability and increasing costs of raw materials. It helps a business in positively contributing towards combatting climate change by reducing its resource intensity thereby carbon intensity.

 

Meanwhile, increasingly stringent legal policies  in the EU as well as changing consumer patterns accelerate the push towards a more sustainable world . A circular economy is therefore more than just a move towards increased recycling, it’s a framework that redefines the daily operations of industries towards decarbonisation & a climate-neutral future.

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Measure

Qualitative analysis of your activities, meetings with operative teams to understand your business

Quantification of your environmental impact through a GHG footprint computation

Choice of quantified and time-bound targets, complying with SBTi guidelines and national and European sectorial carbon budgets

Selection and modelling of initiatives to reach your target, while accounting for your growth targets and your organizational constraints

Partnership with experts for the chosen initiatives to implement the change within your operations

Selection of indexes to track performance, implementation of internal processes to report on relevant data

Workshops with your communication department on fair environmental claims, to highlight your efforts and accomplishments while staying scientifically accurate

Improvement of the accuracy and actionability on measurements and modelling, and roll out of incremental actions within your operations

Our approach
is built on an 

engineering framework
& a science-based methodology

For companies who want to explore opportunities to increase their environmental sustainability performance we co-develop and embed those solutions, with at the core of it our 10R Framework, inspired by research from the University of Utrecht.

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Our certifications & accreditations

In an fast changing environment, we are continuously getting trained

Certified Carbon Footprint Calculation Service Provider 
Bilan Carbone ® & GHG Protocol (Scope 1, 2, 3)

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Ongoing/ Pending March 2022 - Certification as Sustainability Professionals to integrate SDGs & GRI Standards into your sustainability reporting 

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Trained Facilitators of the Climate Fresk / Fresque du Climat (ENG, FRA, DEU)

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