We Turn the Best Available Sustainability Data Into Information

In today's data-driven world, raw data alone often falls short in providing actionable insights. Transforming this data into meaningful information and decision support is invaluable, particularly when navigating the intricate connections between economic activities and nature. These relationships are multifaceted and complex, making it essential to distill vast amounts of data into clear, actionable information. This not only aids in informed decision-making but also empowers businesses to understand and address their environmental impact effectively.

Here are reputable organizations committed to our planet's sustainability. We utilize their data and study their research to elevate & simplify Your sustainability assessment and reporting processes.

Global Canopy and Scapelyse

Global Canopy is a data-driven not for profit organization that targets the market forces destroying nature. The main areas of their work include: Nature Related Finance, Supply, Chain Transparency, Corporate Performance, and actively participating at COP 27 & 15.

SBTN and Scapelyse

The Science Based Targets Network brings together experts from more than 60 NGOs, business associations and consultancies to collectively define what is necessary to do “enough” to stay within Earth’s limits and protect the global commons – our air, water, land, biodiversity and ocean.

WWF and Scapelyse

World Wildlife Federation works to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife, collaborating with partners from local to global levels in nearly 100 countries. It's mission is to conserve nature and reduce the most pressing threats to the diversity of life on Earth.

UN wcmc and Scapelyse

The United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitorin Centre is a global centre of excellence on biodiversity and nature’s contribution to the economy tackling the global crisis facing nature and support the transition to a sustainable future for people and the planet.

SEEA and Scapelyse

The System of Environmental-Economic Accounting is a framework that integrates economic and environmental data to provide a more comprehensive view of the interrelationships between the economy and the environment and the stocks and changes in stocks of environmental assets.

UNEP FI and Scapelyse

The United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative is a partnership between the United Nations Environment Program and the global financial sector to catalyse action across the financial system to align economies with sustainable development

Encore and Scapelyse

ENCORE Partners (Global Canopy, UNEP FI, and UNEP-WCMC) (2023). ENCORE: Exploring Natural Capital Opportunities, Risks and Exposure. On-line, 08/23, Cambridge, UK: the ENCORE Partners. Available at: https://encorenature.org/en/legal

ipbes and Scapelyse

The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) is an independent intergovernmental body established by States to strengthen the science-policy interface for biodiversity and ecosystem services for the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, long-term human well-being and sustainable development.

SDG and Scapelyse

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity.

PBAF and Scapelyse

The Partnership for Biodiversity Accounting Financials provides financial institutions with practical guidance on biodiversity impact and dependency assessments and define what is needed in order for these assessments to deliver the right information.

Capitals Coalition and Scapelyse

Capital describes any resource or asset that stores or provides value to people. Natural capital, social capital and human capital work in much the same way as traditional capital – if we invest in them they create value, and if we degrade them we limit their value.

EU Taxonomy and Scapelyse

The EU taxonomy for sustainable activities is a classification system established to clarify which investments are environmentally sustainable, in the context of the European Green Deal. The aim of the taxonomy is to prevent greenwashing and to help investors make greener choices.

As some of the used data has been published under the CC BY-SA 4.0, we are publishing the derived info under the same license.

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