Things. Must. Change

Today, ESG has found its place in our priorities for dealing with the global challenges we all face.

Combating climate change requires a coordinated, long-term plan. It won’t be solved if only companies working on it are those that face immediate financial impact.

There is ever-increasing pressure on business to align its policies, actions and lobbying strength with its ESG goals. And for individual companies to, as the saying goes, “put your money where your mouth is”.

What’s behinde the ‘E’?

Being largely independent, the ‘E’, environment, generally dominates the discouse.

Climate change is not the only environmental issue we face, but it’s potentially the most urgent, as the impact of global warming becomes ever more obvious. Global warming is primarily related to increased CO2 emissions due to human activity. The predominant source – almost three-quarters- is from energy, including energy use in building, transportation and industry. Reducing the GHG emissions significantly in these sectors will clearly deliver the greatest results.

One of the primary methods being used to reduce Greenhouse gas emissions (GHG’s) is carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS). The race to reduce emissions needs to focus on all the sources. However, CO2 emissions from the use of fossil fuels cause more GHG emissions than the other sources combined, which explains the huge focus of corporations on reducing the use of fossil fuels.

What’s behind the ‘S’?

the S in ESG is about companies’ responsible and sustainable behaviour with respect to society, not just its own employees and value chain.

What’s behind the ‘G’?

‘G for Governace’ means governance founded on environmental and social principles, not just E +S matters.

Why we differentiate

we walk the talk

no greenwashing

we take ownership

We embrace challenging changes and transformations with a positive impact.