Financing Carbon Neutrality
At all times CNI (UK) aim to structure unique packages of neutrality consultation which come at no additional cost to our clients.
For example our footprint management programs drive internal energy efficiency programs within organisations, where the resultant financial savings are used to fund neutrality.
To see how these kind of solutions have worked in the past, view our work with Newcastle United Football Club.
CNI’s knowledgeable marketing team specialises in assisting companies to commercialise sustainability. CNI are experts in developing bespoke innovative solutions to create new business revenue stream, as well as creating and cementing strategic business partnerships.
If you feel something similar could be implemented in your company, contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the following number +44 (0)20 3167 3285.
Sustainable Partner Sponsorships
Alternatively, CNI works with a number of global events clients to bring external financing through green sponsorship. These “Sustainable Partnerships” are a new type of marketing platform, facilitating investment from private sponsors and partners, to provide the additional financing needed to aid carbon neutrality for clients.
A dedicated Sustainability Partner package opens up new avenues of marketing, brand recognition, and reputation through alignment with increasingly eco-conscious stakeholders and customers, offering sponsors the chance to communicate sustainability through the showcasing of new technologies, carbon offsetting programs and other initiatives
CNI has experience in facilitating such sponsorship packages and will utilise its experience and partner network to ensure that any sponsorship packages are attractive to potential sponsors and guarantee synergy with the ethos of its clients.
CNI has an experienced team to help facilitate a variety of emissions reduction projects around the world. For a number of years now, we have provided consultancy services and corporate financing options to businesses, organisations and governments:
- Identifying industry sectors which are open to a variety of emissions reduction methodologies (approved by the UNFCCC Methodologies Panel);
- Instructing validation and verification bodies to provide project certification; but also
- Providing avenues to market any generated carbon credits.
CNI always ensure that there is a ‘legacy requirement’ for any emissions reduction project. Thus, CNI always attempts to initiate knowledge transfer to local employees, educating them in all aspects of climate change.