Acting on climate change requires all of us to work together – governments, businesses, communities and individuals – in developing a sustainable future for generations to come.
As a Global Strategic Partner of the World Climate Forum, we are helping our industries, clients and communities transform commitments into actions that support a net zero future and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We continue to draw on our global experience and advise on resilient solutions, innovative partnerships and sustainable policy and investment frameworks to help accelerate action for the transformative change needed. At Jacobs, we see every day as an opportunity to make the world better.
Steve Demetriou talks to The Geographer about the important role natural capital approaches play in supporting the delivery of some of the most challenging environmental targets. Read more here.
Penny Borton and Darren Grafius explore the potential for nature-based solutions in supporting net-zero targets and how organizations can practically identify opportunities. Read more here.
During COP26 Steve Demetriou spoke to Climate Action about what we're doing as a firm to tackle global climate-related challenges. Read more here.
Ahead of COP26, Jacobs' President and Chief Financial Officer, Kevin Berryman, shares his perspectives on the future of sustainable finance and where we see the biggest opportunity to positively address climate change. Read more here.
Out now! From nature-based solutions, circular economy strategies and the role of digital innovation in climate change, to the way we inspire and nurture our future changemakers, we’ve teamed up with the Royal Scottish Geographical Society to bring you all this and more in The Geographer Special COP26 Edition. Read more here.
“At Jacobs, we recognize the critical role we play – both in how we operate our business and in the climate action, decarbonization and sustainability solutions we implement in partnership with our clients to – benefit people and the planet.”
Solving the Climate Challenge through Digital Innovation
Circular Economy in the Scottish Water Sector
Jacobs has Joined the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) as Corporate Partner
Jacobs to Help Develop the U.K. Saltmarsh Carbon Code
Battery Electric Bus Facilities Will Advance Both Green Fleet Objectives and Equity
Green Finance: Mind the Gaps
Urban Center One Step Closer to Sustainable and Efficient Public Transport System
“The focus for net zero right now is on enabling delivery – and this requires all of us to work together – businesses, governments and communities around the world. The interface with businesses and cross-industry partnerships is vital to informing policy, stimulating innovation, sharing learning and, ultimately, improving action.”