Leading investment in nature
Named by Financial Times as one of Europe’s Climate Leaders, SThree has worked with Earthly for 2 years to invest in high-quality nature-based projects that remove carbon, restore biodiversity and improve livelihoods.
SThree has invested in nature through the Earthly Marketplace, selecting projects that contribute to their UN Sustainable Development Goals.Visit our marketplace
TIST Agroforestry, Kenya
TIST works with farmers in Kenya to provide them with technical training on how to integrate tree planting with their farmlands. This allows them to protect their crops from extreme weather events, increase biodiversity and receive carbon revenue from planting native trees. Our work with TIST has supported farmers to plant trees on 1,078,000 square metres of land to date.Learn More
Mangrove tree planting, Madagascar
SThree has also helped plant over 2000 thousand mangrove trees in Maroalika in Madagascar. Mangroves store more carbon than traditional forests and provide multiple benefits to coastal communities like storm protection and water filtration. Moreover, each tree removes around 308kg of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere throughout its life cycle.Learn More
Tonnes of carbon removed
Sq/m area supported
Equal to removing the footprint of 5600 hours flown
Earthly makes it easy for us to see the exact impact that our investment in grassroots nature-based projects are having on people and the environment. The world needs to achieve net- zero, meaning all businesses must review their environmental impact and transition plans, and SThree is no different. This partnership allows us to develop our longer-term strategy, which is aligned to carbon neutrality.
Gemma Branney, Global Head of ESG SThree
Founded in London in 1986 as a small business, over the past 36 years SThree has expanded into a multi-brand organisation of 2,735 employees across 40 offices in 15 countries.
They are the global STEM-specialist talent partner that connects sought-after specialists in life sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics with dynamic organisations across the world.
SThree has been working on reducing its carbon footprint and investing in carbon removals for over a decade. It reduced its carbon emissions by 44% in 2021.
SThree has been included in the Financial Times-Statista list of Europe’s Climate Leaders for a second year in a row, and ranked higher than other recruitmentment company.
This year SThree release their first ever Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) report outlines their commitments to building a sustainable and ethical business for the future.
SThree’s commitment to helping people and the planet continues to grow and to focus on addressing climate change in two significant ways: by reducing their own carbon emissions and ensuring their clients have access to the talent they need to transition to a low carbon economy.