Why Choose ELS Europe?

ELS Europe is uniquely experienced in evaluating multiple stakeholder perspectives to deliver a clear understanding of complex risk management aspects, identifying opportunities, prioritising issues, and developing solutions that are most critical to our clients’ business and stakeholder needs.

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Strategic approach

At ELS Europe we understand that a strategic approach to managing material sustainability impacts, risks and opportunities is defined by an organisation’s objectives and principles relating to what it does, how and why it does it, the regulations it must abide by, and where its products and services are distributed.

We clearly articulate relevant risk management recommendations and develop short-, medium-, and long-term timelines for implementation. The outcomes of this work drive better operational results through greater alignment on issues that are material to our clients and form the basis for development of a cohesive sustainability strategy clearly linked to business model and financials.

ELS Europe aims to ensure that sustainability-related risks and opportunities across the entire value chain of an organisation are clearly understood in terms of their nature, characteristics, inputs, impacts and outcomes, timing, and linkage to financial KPI’s such as revenue, capital expenditure and operational expenditure.

Implementation of a good sustainability strategy should adhere to important principles of:

Accurate assessment of sustainability-related impacts, risks and opportunities.

Maintain relevance to all operational segments and economic activities.

Be built on a firm understanding of what good performance means including short-term to long-term progression and achievement of targets.

Enable and maintain consistency year-on-year.

Encourage and support continual improvement and innovation.

Use digital technologies to best effect, suited to the needs of preparer and users.

Cohesive Strategy

We believe that a cohesive sustainability strategy learns from the past, responds to the present and looks to the future. In our view the three strategic pillars of a good sustainability strategy are: the commitment of its employees at all levels, the key performance indicators relevant to its activities, and the timelines for ambitious and achievable targets.

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