Climate Change & Sustainability

Climate change dramatically threatens the world’s ecological and social systems. Globally, the growing population and increasing industrial activities create significant pressures on the environment, particularly escalating the climate crisis. A number of countries and international organisations have adopted and prioritised policies aimed at protecting the environment, restoring biodiversity, ceasing pollution of resources and averting climate change.

The road to climate neutrality and minimised risk to human health and biodiversity goes through a wide range of actions extending from increasing environmental awareness in public to the decarbonisation of the markets.

We are taking responsibility for our carbon footprint, involving in various actions to stimulate sustainable development and improve living conditions without compromising the natural system. Putting environmental protection at the core of all our actions, we adopt a multi-stakeholder, inclusive and principled approach; guide and assist decision-makers in policy-making and capacity building.

We also actively participate in awareness-raising, impacting the public’s perception of climate change and resulting in a behaviour change with a high level of understanding of the subject.


Conserving natural resources is fundamental for sustainable development and improving the quality of human life. All the ecosystems, the entire food chain, global economy and human health have mutual relationships with multiple components of the environment. Furthermore, these relationships do not recognise any national or continental boundaries. Despite the vital importance of the environment for humanity, environmental degradation and climate change have been threatening the world for many years. As the negative impacts are approaching the point of no return, actions for preserving the environment need to be taken immediately.

We make sure that the stakeholders with whom we work have the information, expertise, skills and support they need to address issues of climate change, environmental sustainability and energy efficiency. Similarly, we apply these key principles to our projects, using environmentally friendly methods and tools to deliver environmentally responsible and sustainable outcomes.


  • Climate change adaptation
  • Green & circular economy
  • Protected areas/parks/reserves
  • Water, wastewater and waste management
  • Renewable energy and energy efficiency
  • Pollution (air/water/soil/noise)
  • Eco-friendly urban development
  • Policy & strategy (sustainability)
  • Infrastructure development / built environment
  • Natural resource management