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.
The world is going carbon neutral. Change requires climate action. Gaia Carbon Neutral label is the most trustworthy certificate for climate-friendly products, services and organisations.
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.
The climate impact of products is becoming more and more important in determining individuals’ purchasing decisions. But how can a consumer identify products that are truly the better choice for the climate?
Gaia is pleased to welcome Anna-Elina Vilén and June Park who also joined our rank of experts in January.
Gaia continued to strengthen its consulting forces in January with the additions of Ville Kirjonen, Rosa Degerman and Leo Bergman.
We are recruiting Business Manager and Senior Consultant/Consultants with expertise in GHG calculations and climate target setting.
Companies in forest value chains, including customers, have ambitious climate commitments and other sustainability objectives. Reaching these pathways calls for innovative approaches to ensure the traceability and the transparency of product value chains and business operations.
Responding to global public health challenges is at the heart of our mandate, and many people at Unitaid felt that it was our duty and entirely part of our mission to also credibly look into this and explore how to meaningfully address challenges and the negative public health consequences linked to climate change.
The stakes could not be higher. Advancing science is clear: we must meet the 1.5 degree target. Everything else would not only be foolish but dangerous. This means that we must achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. More than that, we must be able to drastically reduce emissions by 2030.