The Built Environment has a critical role in helping us all reach net zero. Its impact is felt across every aspect of the personal and professional lives of everyone on this planet. Responsible developers are embracing their role and making sustainability a priority.
Catch up on our webinar: Net Zero in the Built Environment, where we discus the key decisions and the value in achieving net zero in the built environment before 2030. Our expert panel includes Lucy Winterburn from Savills Investment Management, Richard Ford from Leed Associates, Jonathan Munkley from WSP and ZERO Construct, and Earthly's own CCO Lorenzo Curci.
Our partners, Leed Associates, provide outstanding expertise in developing and implementing ESG strategies and long-term programs for carbon reduction and enhanced energy efficiency across market sectors.
These strategies focus on social, environmental, and economic issues, and the interdependence and mutually reinforcing qualities of these concepts on industrial, commercial, residential and public sector development projects.
To accelerate investment into nature, businesses need to go beyond Net Zero and show that they are giving back to our planet more than they take.
Earthly can help you invest in high-quality nature-based solutions around the world, so you are not only reducing carbon, but balancing your remaining footprint while helping restore nature and improve the livelihoods of those most impacted by climate change.
Communicating your sustainability efforts to your employees, clients, and partners is a critical part of your plans that cannot be overlooked or downplayed. It's important to be accurate, transparent and inspiring.
Earthly offers storytelling and communication resources to help engage your employees, customers, partners, etc., with your climate journey. Our innovative tools, like the 3D island and impact dashboard, help you visualise your positive impact.
High-quality projects around the world
Earthly assesses projects' potential to deliver on biodiversity and social impact goals as well as carbon. Our assessment analyses 106 data points, aggregating information from several data partners, including BeZero and Google Earth Engine.
We evaluate and track carbon emissions reduction and removal throughout the project's life.
Biodiversity impact factors in various measures, including endangered species, area protected or restored, as well as ecosystem services.
The People/Social pillar measures how a project benefits its local communities. This can include providing education, training, healthcare, profit sharing, or other benefits.