A foundation for sustainability
As the global population grows, more people will need access to education, food, transport, energy, clean water and sanitation. This will not only cause an increase in energy demand but will also see a need for global supply chains and sustainability of operations to be monitored and optimised.
Governments and businesses of all sizes have recognised that action must be taken and are starting to act. In September 2015, the United Nations adopted the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the year 2030. The 17 goals set an ambition for an inclusive, sustainable and resilient future for everyone.
Our range of climate change & sustainability services
Our range of services includes certification, validation, verification and training across all aspects of sustainability to include ethical sourcing of suppliers. We help to ensure that your management systems are identifying and managing the risks that climate change and sustainability present, whilst also helping you realise any potential opportunities.
How we can help
We apply our expert solutions and independence to assure the integrity, reliability and success of every aspect of your operation. Helping maximise productivity and recovery, reduce operating costs, mitigate risk and demonstrate compliance with government regulations, industry codes and standards, many of which we have helped to develop.
What we think
LR's experts regularly share their research and insights.
Who we work with
We help thousands of organisations, from the world's best known brands to the smallest of suppliers. How can we help you?
Towards tomorrow's low-carbon economy
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Join us at these forthcoming events
3 Feb 20
Trinidad & Tobago Energy Conference 2020.
Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago
12 Feb 20
Food Safety Europe 2020.
24 Feb 20
Banff, Alberta, Canada