If you’d like to see how you compare both generally and within your sector, take our Quality Climate Strategy self-assessment. Collected data will be collated and anonymised (individual entries will not be made public) and we will share a report with participants once appropriate sample sizes have been reached.
Rate your organisation's climate strategy quality.
We have suggested definitions for different points along the scale.

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* 1. BoundariesA prioritised set of decisions to consider, based on an understanding of how climate change affects your business.
0%: We report our carbon footprint and set Scope 1&2 targets.
50%: We have a comprehensive carbon management system.
100%: Leaders own critical risks and opportunities to us, our clients and supply chain.

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* 2. Alternative approaches - Distinct pathways available as a compelling response to evolving climate change challenges, e.g. ways to lead change, follow competitors or mitigate emissions.
0%: Actions are independently considered, there is no joined up approach.
50%: Actions are tested under a broad approach for our company.
100%: We have considered different approaches to take at different times.

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* 3. Credible ScenariosA broad and relevant view on possible future technology and regulatory scenarios.
0%: A single view or inconsistency across the organisation.
50%: Credibly sourced scenarios show climate change challenges but do not reflect the real business risk.
100%: Broad, credible scenarios with distinct signposts that relate to prioritised, business critical issues.

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* 4. What matters most - The basis on which you make decisions. Is this purely commercial or do social and ecological factors enter into decision making?
0%: Public relations is the dominant motivator in decision making.
50%: Some structure but individual biases can subvert defined value metrics.
100%: Value metrics link to the type of decisions. Long term decisions value more than just commercial present value.

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* 5. Carbon Logic - A precise language to move climate discussions onto the spreadsheet, so risks and opportunities are quantified.
0%: Carbon isn’t explicitly treated as part of the business decision making.
50%: A quantifiable mechanism, e.g. internal carbon price, is used but application is varied.
100%: A quantifiable mechanism resolves controversial dilemmas.

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* 6. Act Consistently - All stakeholders make decisions in a repeatable and consistent way.
0%: Decisions made on individual judgement rather than aligned along a common path.
50%: Internal inconsistency between overall goals and individual decisions, e.g. policy lobbying.
100%: Alignment internally and externally with governments, sector, end users and suppliers.

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* 7. Company details

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