As more and more countries declare a climate emergency, the global race to net-zero carbon emissions is essential. But equally, governments and businesses must prepare for new climate extremes by understanding the risks appropriately, building local resilience, and ultimately developing new adaptation pathways to climate change.
We provide bespoke services to help your organisation understand methods and approaches for carbon accounting and reducing carbon emissions.
We can help you understand and adapt to climate change with a range of services, including translating complicated climate science and emission scenarios and allowing you to obtain and interpret relevant climate and hazard data sets.
We bridge the gap between science, big data, and best practice with training programs in climate risk and adaptation.
Thanks to our fusion of expert strategic planning skills and detailed technical assessment capabilities, we can support you through a three-pass risk assessment process from general awareness to a thorough understanding of exposure and risk.
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We provide reliable, accurate mapping of current and future hazards across key climate issues such as flooding, erosion, sea-level rise, heat, and drought. We can help you represent climate risks through numerical modelling and GIS mapping outputs.
We do more than assess the physical risks of climate change - we engage with investors and insurers to develop practical solutions.
We have a wealth of experience developing climate regulatory instruments, policy development, adaptation plans and associated guidelines.
Industry leading hydraulic modelling software for flood, urban drainage, estuarine and coastal assessments.
Our customisable and interactive web interface revolutionises the way users receive, analyse and interpret flood information for past, current, near future and what-if scenarios.
We conduct greenhouse gas assessments and audits and make practical recommendations for reducing carbon emissions.
We can help you achieve accredited ratings for facilities and infrastructure and provide practical advice to reduce energy and water usage, resulting in high cost and environmental benefits.
We have worked in the blue carbon space for over 50 years. As momentum grows globally toward more and better use of coastal ecosystems such as mangroves, saltmarsh and seagrass ecosystems as highly effective carbon sinks, we can help you undertake carbon accounting assessments for natural ecosystems as well as designing and implementing large scale restoration and rehabilitation programmes that generate carbon credits.
Our expertise is also well demonstrated in the area of coral reef restoration and rehabilitation, assisting island conservation managers across the Pacific and Indian Oceans to build resilience and restore these critical marine ecosystems.