Instituting a sustainability strategy is good business. The activities of every organization have an effect on the environment and on society. As an outcome of good governance, a sustainability strategy is established to first identify then avoid, mitigate or reclaim negative impacts while optimizing and maximizing positive impacts. This strategy also considers corporate resiliency which is reinforced by superior financial performance.

GLJ can bring an independent perspective, thus improving an organization’s ability to evaluate their current approach and to consider incorporating future activities that enable achievement of stated sustainability and emissions management goals. Through risk recognition and opportunity capture, organizations can better respond to investor and insurance pressure, societal expectations, and regulatory requirements all while improving the triple bottom line.

  • ESG Strategy
  • Asset Diversification
  • CCS/CCUS
  • Decarbonization Roadmap
  • Net Zero Strategy