Studies, diagnostics and audits

The environmental regulation is less a constraint than a social requirement, a guarantee of performance and differentiation, requiring the mobilization of economic, financial, regulatory and territorial governance levers. The aim is to shed light on economic, local and regional authorities, public administrations and civil society over issues, arising from the changing economic environment, to achieve resilience for regions to climate challenges and to more responsible financing decisions, and on the impact assessment of individual and collective decisions. 

  • Cost of inaction, cost-benefit, cost-effectiveness, multi-criteria
  • Life cycle analysis, flow analysis, financial impact of eco-systemic services
  • Environmental footprint assessment
  • Extra-financial reporting
  • Assessment of environmental benefits / value creation 
  •  Efficiency of green tax instruments and entrepreneurial strategies 

Support for territorial projects (project management assistance) and strategic orientation / consultancy

Our approach is to collectively "build" project aimed at environmental and social impacts on rural and urban regions or in the interface between the two. Built on the basis of the concerns and vision of local authorities, local agencies and regional companies, our aim is to support the emergence of territorial organizational models (circular economy and industrial ecology, models of social innovation) by using the tools of the economy and impact investing as levers. The regional dynamism also depends on the idea of solidarity through strategic alliances between major groups and SMEs / start-ups, between knowledge agencies (clusters), between the public and private sectors (partnership contracts), but also through the introduction of incentives (green taxation) and collective action (payment for environmental services, innovative finance).

  •  Economic evaluation of the impact on competitiveness, employment and ecosystem services
  •  Search for innovative financing
  •  Performance of circular economy and industrial ecology models in business parks
  •  Assessment of investment needs 
  •  Greening of sectors or innovation in business models through bio-innovation
  •  Design and proposals for economic instruments (incentive pricing, payment for environmental services, compensation for biodiversity)

Horizon Scanning

Our firm carries out continuous monitoring of the latest scientific, economic, financial and regulatory developments, in order to shed light on issues related to the environment, innovation and economic and financial models, for our clients. This in collaboration with key players in the field, in partnership for one-off campaigns for reflection and disclosure.
It is also means developing tools, indicators, methods for making ecological transition and measurements of their impact and performance, available to our customers.  

  • Green obligations / Social impact securities
  •  Measuring the impact of responsible investment
  • Developing economic, environmental and social performance indicators
  •  Environmental regulation and benchmarking of good environmental practice
  • Responsible Supply Chains - responsible purchasing
  • Green taxation, bio-economy, social innovation