Strengthening Resilience to Climate Change

Committed to climate-proofing the future for a cleaner, healthier world by providing solutions to manage environmental liabilities & adapt to climate change.




Climate Action for Sustainable Planet

Geopolitical boundaries are being breached by climate change around the planet. Climate change has an impact on the social and environmental factors that determine health, such as clean air, safe drinking water, enough food, and secure housing. In addition to shifting weather patterns, it is negatively affecting our ability to ensure global food and water security, eradicate poverty, and achieve sustainable development.

We recognise the need to accelerate climate action for a sustainable future. We regularly work with clients to design and implement solutions that help companies turn environmental risks into competitive advantages. We assist policymakers, governments, private corporations, and other institutions in improving their operations by identifying and utilising climate innovation, assessing climate risks, raising public awareness of the issue, and integrating climate adaptation into daily activities.

Our Climate Change & Sustainability Team prioritises climate actions through evidence-based research and analysis, including but not limited to biodiversity, forest governance, climate innovation, energy efficiency, and water management. This enables us to help our stakeholders embed climate proofing and sustainability into their growth and development plans.


Thematic Focus

Climate Risks, Adaption and Resilience Planning

Climate Resilient Infrastructure Designs 

Decarbonising Economy through Renewable Energy

Mainstreaming Climate in Policy, Plans and Programmes

Climate Mitigation - Reduction of GHG Emissions (Forest Monitoring Systems)

Forest Governance & Land Tenure Rights

Disaster Risk Reduction and Promotion of Nature-Based Solutions

Gender Mainstreaming in ECC Policies and Programmes

Adapting Cities for Climate Reslience

Mainstreaming Climate Action for Sustainable Tourism


Integrating Climate Mitigation & Adaption

Mainstreaming Climate Mitigation and Adaptation Actions

Sustainable Food Systems

Sustainable Tourism

People- Centric Climate Risk Communication

Climate Finance

Climate Resilient Cities


Key Projects


Evaluation Management Unit for the Forestry, Land Use and Governance (FLAG) Programme, Indonesia


Evaluation Management Unit for the Forestry, Land Use and Governance (FLAG) Programme, Indonesia

FLAG was a £32.5 million, 3-year programme to support action to reduce the rate of deforestation and Peat land degradation in Indonesia...


Generated 12.1 million tonnes of avoided CO2e

20,958 hectares

Prevented 20,958 hectares of deforestation and forest degradation


Reduced GHG emissions from an area of 33,000 hectares of peatlands


Infrastructure for Climate Resilient Growth in India (ICRG) Programme, India


Infrastructure for Climate Resilient Growth in India (ICRG) Programme, India

ICRG was a 43-month Technical Assistance (TA) Programme commissioned by the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID) that aimed to support the Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD), Government of India. Selected from 2500 blocks under the special focus of MGNREGA by the Government of India, the ICRG programme was implemented in 103 blocks in the states of Bihar, Odisha, and Chhattisgarh. The programme aimed to ensure that the most vulnerable sections in selected geographies were able to tackle the impact of climate extremes. Facilitating a better understanding of climate factors, capacity building of field practitioners, and improving the design of the work being undertaken, ICRG synergized its resources with MGNREGA in building climate resilience of the most vulnerable to achieve improved quality and climate resilient assets.


people trained on climate proofing MGNREGA assets


MGNREGA and Line Department functionaries trained


Training Modules & Guidebooks developed


Preparation of Integrated Coastal Zone Management Plan (ICZMP) and Shoreline Management Plan for Odisha, India


Preparation of Integrated Coastal Zone Management Plan (ICZMP) and Shoreline Management Plan for Odisha, India

The Government of Odisha, with financial assistance from the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), Government of India (GoI) and the World Bank, initiated the ICZMP project. The project aimed...

GIS-Based Database Creation

to analyse potential for damage to people and property due to coastal hazards

Conceptual Modelling

to undertand coastal behaviour to comprehend the past, present and potential future hazards

Sectoral Plan

development with focus on coastal sectors of highest priority considering all the sectoral aspects

Land Vulnerability Mapping

for analysing potential for damage to people and property due to coastal hazards

Shoreline Management Sub Plan

creation to provide broad management strategies for delineated sediment cells

Integrated Coastal Zone Management Plan

creation to access all the coastal features and provide implementation strategies in consultation with all the stakeholders


Featured Insights


Meet Our Experts

Raghwesh Ranjan

Senior Director – Social & Economic Empowerment

Abinash Mohanty

Sector Head, Climate Change & Sustainability

Shoa Asfaha

Principal Associate, Triple Line


Mainstreaming Climate Mitigation and Adaptation Actions

Technology presents new options for recovery and energy transitions even as climate change continues to gain attention as a global issue. Recent advancements in digital technology, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and big data, can aid in the decarbonization of economies by lowering emissions, creating sustainable infrastructure, and providing new options. Without addressing the needs of the community as a whole and through compartmentalised climate mitigation and adaptation measures, the vision for successful and sustainable climate action cannot be accomplished. Often, the most disproportionate effects of climate change are felt by the most vulnerable groups, who lose lives and livelihoods. Effective risk-transfer mechanisms will be needed to distribute rewards and liabilities among all stakeholders in order to achieve long-term and widespread climate action. We firmly believe that participatory, community-driven projects focused on adaptation and mitigation co-benefits can reduce inequities and advance interconnected environmental goals.


Long-term and large-scale climate action will require equitable contribution & distribution of benefits and burdens among all stakeholders through effective risk-transfer mechanisms. We strongly believe that inequalities can be addressed, and interlinked sustainability goals can be achieved through participative, community-driven initiatives that are centered around adaptation and mitigation co-benefits. Our cross-cutting interventions in remote rural and fragile areas offer adjustable and holistic solutions to climate change, thereby focusing on strengthening global cooperation on technological use to bring in an international perspective to hyper-local climate action. Further, we believe that a collective effort by all stakeholders can make a difference. Through our state-of-the-art services in risk assessment, policy analysis, and expert recommendations, we support key government and private decision-makers in designing climate-risk-informed policies and actions across targeted sectors to insulate lives, livelihoods, infrastructures, and economies.  We focus on strengthening international cooperation on technological use to provide an international perspective to hyper-local climate action through our cross-cutting interventions in remote rural and fragile areas that offer adaptable and comprehensive answers to climate change. Furthermore, we think that collective action by stakeholders can change things. We support government and business decision-makers in formulating policies and actions across targeted sectors to protect lives, livelihoods, infrastructures, and economies through our cutting-edge services in risk assessment, policy analysis, and expert advice.


Sustainable Food Systems

Climate disasters put more strain on resources, obliterate farms and crops, kill vital livestock, and jeopardise food security. Climate change has negatively impacted global access to nutrition and halted progress on sustainable agriculture when combined with the COVID-19 pandemic. In recent years, the number of people who experience chronic hunger has doubled, placing the most vulnerable communities at the mercy of global humanitarian aid. It will be crucial to scale up innovative, climate-friendly agriculture methods and financial and logistical support to build resilience. By providing grassroots, cooperative solutions through our services, we are dedicated to achieving SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) 2’s objective of eradicating hunger and ensuring universal access to nourishment by 2030. In order to improve nutrition and address climate-related obstacles to food security, we have mastered the bottom-up strategy by bringing governments and communities to the same table. By doing so, we have addressed data and empirical evidence gaps and developed strategies that ensure inclusive supply chains.


Sustainable Tourism

The tourist and hospitality industry makes a significant contribution to the national economy, aids in bringing in outside expertise, and supports local livelihoods. Recent predictions, however, indicate that carbon emissions from the industry will increase, endangering earlier gains in sustainable travel. Decarbonization must be prioritised in all facets of the industry, including travel, transportation, and hospitality, in order to restore global ecologies. We recognise the importance and support initiatives for the effective management of natural and cultural environments through the development of local capacity, technical advancements, conservation practises through endorsing nature-based solutions, ongoing observation, and raising awareness.


People- Centric Climate Risk Communication

 Awareness-raising and education are vital at the local level as the effects of climate change continue to affect people’s lives and various facets of society. To go the extra mile in creating hyper-local actions and raising awareness of climate change, nations, governments, corporations, and communities must work together. To lessen the effects of and prepare for climate disasters, people in vulnerable regions need specialised training and communications. We are committed to leading behavioural change among key stakeholders and communities. Our tailor-made services include highly detailed risk assessment, analysis, impact evaluation, and development communication that strengthens communities and provides an agency to tackle climate change’s immediate, short-term, and long-term effects.


Financing Climate Actions

The UNFCCC’s “common but differentiated responsibilities” principle captures both the spirit of international collaboration to combat climate change and the disparity in global resource availability. We realise that financing gaps often expose underdeveloped nations and disadvantaged communities to more severe effects of climate change, distorting the paths for development. In order to balance climate-related risks through cutting-edge risk finance tools, stakeholders will need to unite to share financial resources. International cooperation, threat mitigation, and capacity building among vulnerable groups are possible through public-private partnerships and transnational financing. To provide financial solutions and interventions that help mainstream climate efforts and support just transitions, we have made an effort to establish financial collaboration with regional, sub-national, local governments and financing institutions.


Climate Resilient Cities

Cities around the world pose one of the most distinctive challenges to long-term climate action. They continue to be the leading contributors to carbon emissions despite being essential to national economies. Additionally, they are especially susceptible to the effects of disease, bad weather, and rising temperatures. It will be necessary to strike a balance between the economy and the environment, reduce key sources of pollution, and make joint investments in the search for alternatives in order to build urban resilience to climate change. In a world that is rapidly changing, we think that urban planning and management are still essential for sustainability. Our comprehensive approach to changes, from planning to execution, advances the goal of creating sustainable and climate-resilient cities.


Learning &
Development (L&D)

We inspire people to be better.

Our intuitive and personalised programmes provide clear path for growth, leadership development and help people sharpen their skills.

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Your journey starts from Day One….

Structured Onboarding

Helps align expectations and lays the foundation of your success

New Hire Training

Makes you familiar with the organisation; helps you settle down quickly in a new work environment and gives a sense of belonging

Customized L&D Platform

Through our continuous learning and training programmes, upskill at your own pace and place

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Performance Management

Aligns resources and training needs based on your skill-set

Learning is not always a formal process. We also align our organization values to a culture of learning…