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What our clients are saying

Our partners and clients are leaders in the transition to a sustainable, low carbon economy – governments and multilateral organisations, businesses and the public sector. We act as a catalyst, working closely with them to help them succeed. Here's what they say about us:

Recognising Sainsbury's achievements in sustainability

"We are delighted to be one of the first companies to be recognised by the Carbon Trust Water Standard for reducing our water consumption, particularly at this crucial time of increasing natural resource scarcity.

We have achieved this through a number of water saving measures that form part of our 20x20 Sustainability Plan."

Paul Crewe
Head of Sustainability, Engineering, Energy and Environment,
Sainsbury's

Providing clear step-by-step pathways for Jalisco State Government

"This [Low Carbon States Mexico programme] has given us clear step-by-step pathways for our large and complex state government organisation.

The purpose-designed methodology and tools are helping us to make high level (and sometimes abstract) carbon reduction targets credible and achievable."

Project Leader
Jalisco State Government,
Mexico

Jalisco Gobierno del Estado

Developing new commercial models that unlock low carbon value

“The Low Carbon Workplace concept is economically viable, socially responsible, repeatable, scalable and profitable. It is a great example of the private sector taking the initiative and developing new commercial models that unlock the value in low carbon refurbishment."

Don Jordison
Managing Director, Property,
Columbia Threadneedle Investments

Columbia Threadneedle

We work around the world

Our experts are based in the UK, China, Mexico, Brazil, India, South Africa and the US

Where we are based
1,100

Number of projects we worked on in 2015/16

38

Countries we worked across in 2015/16

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