Doing business without negatively impacting the environment or society should be an aim for us all. But how can this be achieved? Our clients are leading the way, with Landmarks as their trusted partner in sustainability communications for over a decade.

As Franck Riboud (Danone) said: “An enterprise exists and lasts only because it creates value for society as a whole”. We were there at the creation of the Danone Ecosystem Fund, developing Danone’s Sustainability Report (incorporating GRI Standards) from 2009. This – our first Sustainability Report – was awarded “Best Sustainable Development Report” in France.

Investors are increasingly considering Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) as part of their analysis process to identify material risks and growth opportunities. We are supporting GBL, expanding the focus on ESG in their annual report and readying data for Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive compliance through iXBRL.

Projects developed by the Danone Ecosystem Fund support sustainable sourcing and the promotion of healthy drinking and eating habits wherever Danone operates in the world.
“An enterprise exists and lasts only because it creates value for society as a whole”
Franck Riboud, Danone

Our trade association clients have been among the first to define their objectives towards climate neutrality.

In response to the European Commission’s Roadmap for moving to a competitive low-carbon economy in 2050, we helped Cepi ‘Unfold the Future’ – the forest fibre industry’s roadmap to a low-carbon bio-economy. Looking at trends in consumer behaviour and consumption, it outlines the technologies and policies required to deliver the best value from sustainable, renewable and recyclable raw materials and transform the industry.

Similarly, Cefic’s mid-century strategy looks at ways that technology can be harnessed to improve recyclability within the chemicals industry. It introduces far-reaching ideas, suggesting that – thanks to blockchain technologies – chemicals could be leased and not bought, tracked throughout their lifetime and safely recycled.

The forest fibre industry is serious about decarbonisation; renewables representing over 60% of the sector’s primary energy in 2020.
Blockchain promise a radical improvement in transparency and traceability of individual molecules throughout their life cycle. Cefic are leading the European Industry industry as they become true ‘Molecule Managers’.

Still in the chemicals sector, SusChem inspire innovative sustainable solutions through collaboration between industry, SMEs and academia. SusChem’s Strategic Innovation and Research Agenda outlines their strategic priorities towards 2030, with links to Horizon Europe and beyond. 

Some of our clients are delivering the tools to help their industry improve sustainability. TfS is the de facto global standard for environmental, social and governance performance of chemical supply chains. We developed their Communication Strategy, analysing internal and external perception, developing brand fundamentals and direction for communications enabling TfS to increase visibility and membership over the next five years.

On a pragmatic level, iomob’s mission has been to support climate action by making sustainable mobility easily available and accessible through a mobility-on-demand platform (find out more about our work in the mobility sector here).

Developing and measuring sustainability is certainly a challenge, but one that offers clear benefits – both reputational and financial. Get in touch to see how our unique experience of sustainability communication can help you make the most of these opportunities.

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