Services for sustainable development
Support for Enterprises in transforming risks into opportunities in terms of biodiversity – contributing to the improvement of safety, company reputation and gaining a competitive advantage. Understanding the relationship between natural capital and business helps make more appropriate decisions.
Environmental risks affect the investment at every stage, including the stage of purchase and transaction valuation. However, there are tools with which they can be evaluated and minimized. Due diligence allows to assess the risks associated with environmental issues as well as identify actions that should be implemented after closing the transaction in order to reduce them.
Preparing the company for non-financial reporting in accordance with ESRS E4 and GRI. Analysis of the company’s contact with biodiversity and the significance of impacts on the natural environment, as well as risks and opportunities, resulting from biodiversity conditions.
Conducting LEAP analyzes in accordance with TNFD recommendations. Analysis of strategic risks resulting from the use of ecosystem services, climate change, legislation and the functioning requirements of local populations.
The task of due diligence is to define the risks and obligations associated with possible non-compliance with environmental requirements. It is a highly accurate and thorough verification of various areas of activity, e.g., verification of the correctness of waste handling, water and sewage management, conducting the required studies and monitoring, etc.
Using a methodology recognized in Europe as the most objective and complementing it with proprietary solutions helps companies meet the assessment criteria in the field of environmental protection and sustainable operations. Due to the frequent ambiguity and dynamic changes in the law, it is necessary to adapt to current regulations and requirements of financial institutions.
The assessment of the state of the environment is part of the risk analysis that may significantly affect a transaction. Any failure to comply with environmental laws and regulations in the past may result in additional costs in the future. The scope of the assessment also covers issues requiring further legal review, including decisions and authorizations that may have wider implications for the investment assumptions made.
Analysis of environmental requirements included in Environmental and Social Action Plans (ESAP) related to investment financing by international financial institutions (e.g., EBRD). Implementation of activities included in ESAP in the field of nature and environmental protection, such as Biodiversity Management Plans, critical habitat assessments, collision risk modeling (CRM) or as-built monitoring.
Preparation of certification elements regarding the impact on biodiversity.