Sustainability leaders resolute to get 2030-ready
We've got 12 years to turn this ship around.
The IPCC news typically conjures up two feelings: doomsday or rally cry. It is a sobering reality for our fragile planet. The big news out of COP24 is that investors and banks are on board and joining the call for bold climate action. This is what we've all been waiting for - the alignment of the C-suite and the investment community to propel sustainable change. Courageous sustainability leaders see in today's urgency the greatest opportunity for their business to have a positive impact on the world. To be 2030-ready, they are setting ambitious science-aligned goals, and it's transforming their business. This is the leadership we need from the business sector today. Now it's your turn. Join us in co-creating solutions for a sustainable future in 2019.

Ready > Set > Go Beyond!
It's true. Twelve years is a short amount of time to change course. But the good news is: we still can!  In this three-part webinar series, we'll take you through the three strategic phases of a science-aligned corporate sustainability journey to get your business 2030-ready. Packed with insights, best practices and tools from Quantis + partners IKEA, WRI, WWF, and CDP, this series will be useful for you no matter what stage of the journey your business is at.
1> READY your metrics for business resilience : 24/01 - 5pm CET / 11am EST
2> SET goals aligned with science + build a climate action plan:  12/02 - 5pm CET / 11am EST
3> GO BEYOND carbon towards planetary boundaries:  21/03 - 5pm CET / 11am EST

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PAIA: A sector-driven tool to drive transformation in ICT
Given the number of products and the rapid pace of product change-over in the ICT industry, companies face unique challenges when it comes to disclosure. Harnessing a collaborative, sector-wide approach , the Product Attributes to Impact Algorithm (PAIA) platform - a joint initiative of MIT and Quantis - is creating effective solutions, tools and an easy-to-use platform to streamline environmental footprints for ICT products and reducing the time and cost of doing so. PAIA delivers three key components: a streamlined methodology for ICT product footprinting, a suite of simplified online tools, and a multi-stakeholder consortium of ICT companies.

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One-one video series
Metrics-inside sustainability strategies and initiatives are our specialty, but our greatest asset is the extremely talented and diverse group of individuals that make up our team. To give you an inside look at the men and women driving Quantis, we've launched a series of short video interviews.

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Check out what we've been up to
Barbara Spiegel 
named as Director 
of Quantis Z├╝rich
Barbara brings to Quantis an impressive set of skills in change management, sustainable finance and corporate sustainability that she has acquired over her 15+ years working across corporate functions and in the field of sustainability.
Quantis drives collaboration in sustainable finance with the NEC Initiative
There's a growing need in the financial sector for tools that capture and measure environmental risks to support responsible investment strategies. That's why Quantis' partner Sycomore AM developed the NEC indicator - a single metric that shows how environmentally advanced a product or company is relative to an industry average.
Quantis Endorses EMF 
New Plastics Economy 
Global Commitment
Driven by our commitment to build a sustainable future, Quantis is proud to be an endorser of the Global Commitment and its common vision, which provides businesses and governments the opportunity to step forward as global leaders and put an end to marine litter and microplastic pollution.
Launched in 2017 by Quantis and  Cleantech21 and presented during a Climate-KIC side event at COP24, the REDD-Chain Project integrates three disruptive technologies - Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain and Artificial Intelligence (AI) - with standardized  forest carbon accounting methods to develop an innovative monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) service within the framework of the UNFCCC REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) program, solidifying the link between investors and verified climate mitigation certificates in the forest domain. The project aims to promote the establishment of a new 'forest finance ecosystem' offering improved MRV, lower transaction and administration costs and better incentives for local stakeholders to engage in forest conservation efforts.

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