Why work with us?

Organisations of all sizes are increasingly being required to demonstrate responsible environmental and social stewardship:

Businesses & NGOs​

Understanding and reducing your environmental & social impacts is no longer a “nice to have”.

Consciam helps organisations of all sizes to understand and focus on the key material issues. This ensures maximum impact and return on investment.

Consciam provides a range of services from developing environmental policy, measuring impacts, developing impact reduction strategies and bespoke research.

Customers​

Your customers, whether they are other businesses or the public, need and want to be able to buy with confidence.

This means you must understand and effectively communicate the environmental and social impacts of your products or services. It also creates an opportunity for differentiation.

Consciam helps organisations develop awareness and understanding through impactful communications.

Regulators

Regulators require organisations to be aware of environmental legislation and ensure compliance. Fines for non-compliance can be very significant.

Consciam helps clients to understand their responsibilities and implement effective measures to ensure and demonstrate compliance.

Register now for Net Impact Approaches 2019 – 23rd May 2019

Firmly established as the leading event on net impact approaches, the conference convenes leading experts and organisations on measuring and valuing impacts to demonstrate a net zero or positive impact. With around 25 expert speakers, 8 breakout sessions and 4 inspiring plenaries, the event offers unparalleled insights and networking on the topic, and caters for beginners wanting to find out more and how to make a start, to experienced practitioners pushing the boundaries.

Key speakers include Amine Soulami (BNP Paribas), Emma Howard Boyd (Chair of Environment Agency), Mark Gough (Natural Capital Coalition), Steve Waygood (Aviva Investors) and Tony Juniper (WWF/Natural England) and many others (see below).

Click here for the draft agenda and registration information

Delegate feedback includes:

“A world-class gathering of Net Impact leaders and practitioners”

“For once, a conference tackling a multi-disciplinary issue that has the right people in the room.”

“Great combination of input, discussion and networking.”

“The Net Impact Approaches conference is at the forefront of the sustainability agenda.”

Why attend?

  • Firmly established as the leading annual event on net impact approaches
  • Hear the latest initiatives from leading organisations helping to facilitate this transition.
  • Find out why and how leading businesses and financial institutions are measuring and valuing environmental and social impacts and setting ambitious associated net positive targets.
  • Discover how sustainable finance and other incentives will increasingly enhance the business case for action and speed up the transition. Unparalleled insights and networking on the topic

 

Net Impact Approaches 2018

The second Net Impact Approaches conference, held on 22nd May 2018, saw 26 expert speakers and almost 100 delegates share case studies, tools and experiences for net impact approaches.  Attendees included representatives from Anglian Water, Arcadis Belgium nv, Arup, Balfour Beatty, BBOP, Capgemini, CREM, Ecoacsa, eftec, EIFER, European Investment Bank, Fauna & Flora International, Forum for the Future, Global Agribusiness Alliance, Green Economy Coalition, HeidelbergCement, Interface, JNCC, Ministry of Agriculture, Nature & Food Quality (The Netherlands), Natural Capital Solutions, Natural England, Novartis, Olam, Philips, Pukka Herbs, PwC, Seacourt Printing, Schroders, Shell, Social & Human Capital Coalition, Social Value UK, Solvay, Surrey Nature Partnership, Tarkett, Taylor Wimpey UK Limited, The Natural Capital Coalition, TOTAL, UK Defra, UNEP-WCMC, UPM Raflatac, Unilever, WBCSD, Wolfs Company, Yorkshire Water and more.

For more information please use the link below.

Our clients include

Our clients include NGOs, consultancies, local authorities, industry associations and healthcare organisations.