Climate change reforms the entire energy system.
Sustainable business means efficiency, reduced risks and new opportunities. It is all about producing more from less.
Gaia – Consultancy for Sustainable Business.
We partner across industries to make the world cleaner and safer.
Rising consumer awareness and political decisions impact the future business environment.
Digitalization drives transformation towards more sustainable consumption, businesses and societies.
Economic growth meets climate change and creates opportunities for sustainable business.
Science builds our body of knowledge and develops solutions to global challenges.
This is how we work with our clients.
What is the business case? We help you to analyse strategic risks and identify new opportunities for success.
The plan for strong leadership: strategy, governance and business KPIs. Integrated sustainability creates value to all.
Walk the talk. Engage with your stakeholders and lead the change. Share the results and shine.
What is the created value for environment, society and business growth? At Gaia, we strive for measurable impacts.
Industries are moving towards carbon neutrality, and they are doing it fast due to developing regulation and increased business opportunities. Some companies are even going beyond – re-thinking business impacts through handprint and introducing targets for climate positive business.
Gaia continues to grow this Autumn – altogether five new consultants started in October and November.
Pekka Reinikainen joins Gaia as Senior Advisor and brings in expertise in risk management, a crucial skill for businesses and organisations in the fast-changing world. Reinikainen says climate change mitigation and prevention are one of the largest tasks in the history of humanity – and at the same time full of possibilities.
Reducing our climate impact is an ongoing task at Gaia. In 2019 the entire life cycle of energy production was included in the carbon footprint calculation and GHG emissions were compensated two-fold.
Every company, public organisation and person generates some greenhouse gas emissions from their activities, and thus has a carbon footprint.
Climate change is the next large tsunami lurking behind the COVID-19 wave, causing concern for company management and boards. How will climate change affect our company, our customers, our investors and the image of our sector? What type of risks and opportunities will it bring, and on what timespan?
When discussing climate change risks, the first thing that springs to mind is the devastation caused by extreme weather conditions. These are easily imagined sudden events, pictured into the mind through news images. Extreme weather is, however, only the tip of the iceberg. To map the preparedness, management and opportunities, one has to know to look underneath the surface, too. With right strategic choices, the minuses can become plusses.