Milan, July 15th, 2021, Aither is pleased to announce its strategic partnership as Silver climate change consultancy and Science Based Target (SBT) Accredited Solution Provider of CDP in Italy.
Through Aither’s professionals and expertise, companies are better equipped to become leaders in fighting environmental crises. With its extensive experience in energy efficiency, forestry, local communities, and water efficiency; Aither offers optimal solutions that achieve higher results and scores.
As a global supplier of environmental commodities, Aither drives companies to reduce their carbon footprint while improving their understanding of the CDP scoring system to enhance transparency and obtain high-quality disclosure. This new partnership grants Aither a direct connection with CDP, the global standard in environmental reporting. CDP is a global not-for-profit organization that for over 20 years has been driving action by companies and cities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, safeguard water resources and prevent deforestation. On behalf of investors, purchasers and governments, CDP requests information from companies and cities on their impacts and dependencies on the world’s natural resources and their strategies for managing these.
Jacopo Visetti, Aither Co-Founder, commented: “It is high time we take a stand and solve the environmental crises. CDP is an effective way to be transparent and disclose important information that impact investors’ decisions and customers. We are thrilled to partner with CDP and join them on their mission to see a thriving economy that works for people and planet in the long term.”
Paul Robins, CDP Head of Corporate Partnerships, commented: “Our partnership with Aither will bring great value, expertise, and innovation to all companies working with them to disclose environmental impacts using the CDP reporting system. Having Aither as climate change consultancy and SBT solution provider in Italy will help companies to set more ambitious sustainable targets to combat the environmental crisis”.