EcoSynergies provides a comprehensive service to corporate clients and is your ideal partner when embarking on the route to carbon neutrality and the financial rewards and other benefits it can bring. It can assist in mitigating clients’ carbon by offering solutions involving offsetting through the carbon markets, assessment and consultancy services. EcoSynergies provides a comprehensive service to brokers, be they experienced in other financial sectors looking to diversify into the modern and rewarding carbon markets or entirely new operations.
Ethical and Environmental PolicyEcoSynergies focuses on clients’ carbon footprints and offers solutions which can embrace reduction and mitigation. A company can reduce or eliminate its carbon footprint by purchasing and retiring VCS carbon credits, effectively investing in the sustainable development and low carbon future of economically less developed countries. And then, as changing methods and technology allow, the firm can directly reduce its own environmental impact.
The VCS, Verified Carbon Standard, is widely recognised and respected throughout the carbon markets. It provides a guarantee that carbon emissions reductions derived from environmental projects are properly assessed and calculated and that the impact on the economic welfare, health and lifestyle of communities in its locality is positive.
Direct social benefits of a project typically include a reliable energy supply, job creation, and construction of supporting infrastructure including schools, medical provision and transport. In addition, VCS certification requires projects to incorporate social investment programmes such as developing local medical and educational facilities and improving environmental awareness within the community.
Eco Synergies can source carbon credits on behalf of corporate clients with social co-benefits that are complementary to their particular CSR strategies. Therefore, while offsetting their carbon footprints, our clients can also demonstrate their commitment to the social and economic well-being of communities in less developed countries.