The greatest business impact we can have is through helping our clients develop solutions to sustainability challenges, now and into the future.
We support clients in managing risk in three critical areas: accelerating energy transition, ongoing resource constraints and ever-increasing regulatory requirements.
Current economic, geopolitical, environmental and other factors led to the adoption of the Paris Agreement in December 2015 at COP21, which was signed by the first 175 countries in April 2016. The world is now committed to a lower emissions future - transitioning from a reliance on fossil fuels to renewable and more carbon-neutral sources.
Urbanization, water security and supply, changing weather patterns, land degradation, deforestation and the rise of the middle class are among many factors driving concerns that society will have insufficient resources to meet the demands of the world’s growing population. ERM’s work with the food and beverage, agriculture, technology and chemical sectors helps clients manage the resources they need, across their supply chain, for the long term.
Changing regulations and declining public trust in corporations are creating sustainability challenges for clients. ERM provides strategic services to help organizations address operational, competitive and strategic risks related to new and proposed environmental, health and safety requirements and reporting.
Learn more about the work we do with our clients in the 2017 Sustainability Report
Our clients include:
Australian Department of Defence
BNSF Railway Company
Chevron USA Inc.
Ford Motor Company
Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson
Newcrest Mining Limited
Plains All American Pipeline
Procter & Gamble
Scotia Gas Network
Scottish & Southern Energy Renewables
Shell International Petroleum Ltd
Texas Custodial Trust
Tullow Ghana Ltd