One thing we've learned over the years is that complex, interconnected challenges like poverty, water scarcity and climate change must be tackled systemically – and that's only possible when the 'unusual suspects' work together to solve common problems.
As a convener, dialogue instigator and guide to practical solutions, we identify and assemble stakeholders from right across the value chain and develop areas where they can collaborate to transform not only their own operations, but entire systems.
Maintaining these powerful collaborations draws on our ability to translate the need for system change across sectors, cultures and personal perspectives. It can challenging work at times, but the impact it has on vital systems like food and energy is undeniable.
We have a 21 year track-record of solving complex sustainability challenges on a global scale. To find out how we can help you, contact our team of change agents.
The #OneLess campaign has been leading the charge against ocean plastic pollution since 2016, focusing on the pervasive single-use plastic water bottle. Because everything we do touches the ocean.Read more
Demand for sustainable products is growing, and calls for safe and sustainable products, with transparent and clear ingredient lists, are increasing. So, how do we get more sustainable products on retailers’ shelves?Read more
Empowering communities across the UK to own, generate and save energy togetherRead more
Empowering supply chains across Asia to fast-track solutions towards a circular economy in the apparel industry. We are working with key industry players across the supply chain and apparel system to adapt relationships and foster collaboration in order to effectively co-create the innovation opportunities necessary and implement circular eco-systems.Read more
The production of sustainable cotton has enormous potential to create positive change. Sourcing more sustainable cotton is essential to reducing the apparel sector’s negative impacts and ensuring future supply.Read more
We want to deliver a sustainable tea industry, from crop to cup. To do that, we need the cooperation and collaboration across the tea industry, from pickers and packers to producers and purchasers.Read more
Protein is fundamental to human health, but the way we currently produce and eat it has significant impacts on both human and environmental health, and is fundamentally unsupportable in the long run.Read more