We help clients leverage data to improve sustainability performance. We work with government ministries, international organizations, private firms, and ESG investors, often through our flagship knowledge product, the Global Green Economy Index™ (GGEI).
In 2010, Jeremy Tamanini created the Global Green Economy Index™ (GGEI), today one of the leading global sustainability measurement frameworks. Learn more about Jeremy’s background and work experience in over 30 countries on projects linking data and sustainability.
As COP27 approaches this November in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, attention will again turn to national climate commitments and the tug of war between target-setting, activist scrutiny, and everything in between. COP...
Visiting post-Brexit, COP26 Britain last week begged the question: what is going on in the UK's green economy lately? Phil McNally of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change sums it up as follows:"Much of the (UK)...
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