Client: WWF-Myanmar | Jan 2019 The development and construction of the Dawei-Htee Khee road through the rainforests of southern Myanmar provides significant economic opportunities for Myanmar and Thailand, its neighbour to the east. However, the road is planned to cut through a large area of intact primary forest, presenting significant impacts to biodiversity, particularly to […]
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Client: WWF-Cambodia Working with WWF-Cambodia, Altus Impact was hired to communicate the cumulative impacts of mining projects in the Eastern Plains Landscape in Cambodia, and why the adoption of a landscape planning approach over a business as usual approach would be the most sustainable in the medium and long term economically, socially and environmentally. The challenge […]
Client: Inclusion Social Ratings, Spain The mission of Inclusion Social Ratings is to promote financial and social inclusion by providing independent and socially-conscious financial and social performance ratings and advisory services to organizations striving to make a positive contribution toward a more sustainable society. Operating itself as a social enterprise, Inclusion aims to enable individuals, institutions […]
Client: International Conference for Research and Development In a world of 7.4 billion humans and counting, sustainable development is about understanding and managing tradeoffs between economic, socio-cultural, and environmental goals. Thus, ‘success’ in sustainable development requires partnerships between scientists, whom produce understanding about people and the natural world, and policymakers & private sector managers, whom […]
Client: To’ak Chocolate To’ak (pronounced Toe-Ahk and meaning earth” and “tree” in ancient Ecuadorian dialect) was born from a rainforest conservation project that started in 2007 in the coastal region of Ecuador. It was here that co-founder Jerry Toth began cultivating cacao trees and making chocolate in a thatched bamboo house secluded in the middle […]