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DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING
EFFECTIVE SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGIES

As a consequence of the Paris Agreement to limit the world temperature increase to 1.5°C, almost all major companies have committed to net-zero emission plans.

Businesses have diverse reasons for reducing their carbon footprint in addition to “just” contributing to making the world a better place: to comply with legislation and regulations, to meet the increasing sustainability expectations of customers and employees, and to meet their shareholders’ expectations as carbon footprint is starting to enter the investment equation as a pivotal factor.

Defining a carbon roadmap and emission targets is important, and so is carbon accounting to measure and manage the carbon footprint. But most business are still struggling to implement effective strategies to actually realise their ambitious net-zero plans they have committed to, but also to do so in the most cost-efficient way.

TWS Partners is looking at the CO2 challenge from an economist’s point of view: Firstly, we are advising companies to manage their cost of saving the next tonne of CO2 by effective internal target trading mechanisms. Secondly, we are benefitting from our long-standing experience in game-theory based negotiations to incentivise your supply chain to collaborate to reduce your company’s emissions. To top it off, we are using concepts of behavioural economics to incentivise your employees and end customers towards more sustainable behaviour.

With our economic toolbox, TWS Partners offers your organisation effective strategies and hands-on support to achieve your net-zero emission goals and contribute to your ESG strategy.

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