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What we do

We provide solutions to the climate crisis. We support organisations globally as they accelerate towards Net Zero. From target setting, Net Zero pathways, assurance and footprinting, to policy advice, strategy setting and programme delivery, we seek smarter ways to turn intent into impact, where sustainability and economic realities go hand in hand. Collaboration is our mode of action, as we bring businesses, governments and financial institutions together to unlock collective change. 


Strategy, delivery and reporting

We advise businesses, governments and the public sector on strategy, risks and opportunities, target setting, carbon reduction plans and transitioning to a low carbon world.


Assurance and labelling

We provide independent verification and assurance services that recognise real achievements in sustainability, enhance reputation and build trust with customers, investors and stakeholders.

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Market transformation

We help design, implement and evaluate policies, business models and large-scale projects to meet ambitious carbon reduction targets.


The Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA) is our flagship collaborative research, development and deployment programme, which aims to reduce the cost of offshore wind, overcome market barriers, develop industry best practice and trigger the development of new industry standards.

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We work with companies to help them effectively measure, manage and reduce the footprint of their products.

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Setting rigorous decarbonisation targets is a crucial step on the journey to a low carbon economy – and shows you are taking strong climate action. We are a global leader in helping organisations set goals aligned with the internationally recognised Science Based Targets initiative.

Target setting

The Carbon Trust Route to Net Zero Standard is the only verification that guides and supports your organisation on your journey towards Net Zero and climate leadership.

Route to Net Zero Standard
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