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We harness the power of business to create a more sustainable world. We have more than 20 years' experience as specialists in working on climate finance and carbon neutrality solutions.


We work with more than 300 clients in 34 countries, working across all sectors and industries to meet each client's unique sustainability goals. See some examples of our work:


To us, being a good advisor and a good solutions provider are one and the same. We offer:


We know you can't wait. Climate finance reduces emissions today:

Browse our project map, read about our criteria and quality, view how projects meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Health and livelihoods

Projects reduce indoor air pollution, provide clean water and generate new income opportunities, helping some of the communities most impacted by climate change, yet least responsible, adapt and progress.

Connecting climate and wellbeing

Climate and health are intrinsically linked. A changing climate can adversely impact food production, air quality, water access, and secure shelter. Low-income communities globally are most at risk. By investing in carbon finance solutions, our clients are accelerating sustainable development globally.

Our portfolio of projects

Clean water: The United Nations estimates that 2.2 billion people lack access to clean drinking water and 4.2 billion people lack access to proper sanitation. Carbon finance creates a financial lever to make clean water accessible.

Clean cooking: Research by The World Bank found that upwards of 4 billion people around the world still lack access to clean, efficient, convenient, safe, reliable, and affordable cooking energy. Modern cooking solutions, such as solar cookstoves and efficient cookstoves that burn less wood and redirect smoke out of homes, are addressing the problem.

Household solar: The use of the solar lighting systems enables households to switch from high-cost kerosene to affordable, safe, off-grid renewable solar power therefore reducing fossil fuel-based domestic energy needs.

Household biodigesters: Biogas from organic material provides a cost-effective alternative to power rural households.

"Carbon finance is helping us save lives because we’re producing a lot of clean water for kids all over the country, we’re saving the lungs of lots of women that do the cooking, and we’re saving an incredible amount of forest because those 2,000 trees aren’t being cut down anymore," says Philip Wilson, Ecofiltro's founder and CEO, named Social Entrepreneur of the Year in 2012 by the Schwab Foundation of Switzerland.

Ecofiltro, a certified B Corp, produces and distributes low-cost water filters to rural Guatemalans.

Health and livelihoods