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Catalysing projects to meet specific business goals

For clients looking for projects customised to their specific business goals and interests, Project Catalyst offers the solution. From scaling up projects to specific supply chain or operational locations, to expanding project activities to align with particular business interests, you can be certain the Project Catalyst approach will deliver immediate climate impact and value to your business.

By expanding a project to new areas in Kenya we are able to enhance the lives of our tea farmers, empowering them to develop sustainable livelihoods so they may thrive for the long term, despite the impacts of climate change.

Simon Hotchkin, Bettys and Taylors of Harrogate

What can project customisation enable my business to achieve?

There are a number of ways in which Project Catalyst can be used to enhance the value of your climate action programme by customising a project to your specific business interests:

  • Align climate action with business locations to build resilient communities, reduce supply chain risks, and respond to stakeholder interests
  • Deliver targeted outcomes for sustainable development that meet business targets and align with the Sustainable Development Goals
  • Demonstrate climate leadership by enabling projects to achieve greater scale and deliver additional impact

Robust monitoring, reporting and verification of projects by independent third parties enables clients to credibly measure and report the impact of their climate action programmes. 

Our CR programmes always aim to create a real difference for those individuals that need them most. I am delighted that, as part of our carbon neutral programme, we are able to marry a number of our broader objectives; including access to opportunity for women, skills development and educational access, all through our work with this innovative community reforestation project.

Katie Henry, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Delivering impact on SDG6: Microsoft and affordable, clean energy

Since Microsoft launched its carbon fee and achieved carbon neutrality in 2012, we have partnered with the company to evolve its carbon offset programme, ensuring it aligns with multiple business priorities through a portfolio of more than 49 projects in 22 countries.

Using a Project Catalyst approach, we have enabled the company to enhance five existing carbon reduction projects in support of one particular business objective – to increase energy access opportunities in the developing world. By leveraging existing project infrastructure, solar lanterns are distributed to community members, extending the scope and positive impact of these projects. Affordable, sustainable energy is delivering financial savings, income generation and opportunities for education, and empowers families to move out of poverty, while enabling Microsoft to meet its carbon neutral target through the emissions reductions.

Taylors of Harrogate supports tea farmer livelihoods to build supply base resilience in Kenya

Through its CarbonNeutral® sourcing commitment, Bettys & Taylors of Harrogate is financing long-term, positive impact to its tea sourcing communities in Africa; building their capacity to deal with the increasing threat of climate change, and ensure their farms and livelihoods are sustainable for the long-term.

We have worked with Bettys & Taylors of Harrogate to customise an existing community reforestation project in Kenya, extending the project activity into tea farms that surround the company’s four strategic tea factories. The project encourages smallholder tea farmers to voluntarily plant trees on their land, and provides training on conservation farming and agroforestry techniques. Planted trees will improve local biodiversity and through ‘small groups’ of neighbouring farmers, they share best practice on approaches to improve food security and build new sources of income.

Bettys & Taylors recieves Queen's Award for Enterprise in Sustainable Development, in recognition of the company's work to build a sustainable tea and coffee supply chain.

Project Catalyst in action