Our Work

ConsultantSeas

aims to drive enhanced corporate leadership in reducing plastic pollution at sea.

Our Work

 

ConsultantSeas

aims to drive enhanced corporate leadership in reducing plastic pollution at sea.

ConsultantSeas

offers consulting services to help understand a complex issue that sees:

• A scientific corpus evolving rapidly;
• Increased regulatory and media pressure;
• A crowded landscape of initiatives;
• No clear guidance as to how to solve strategically and collectively the problem.

We articulate

science into awareness and strategy for the private sector. We support companies in their commitments and action plans. We generate a business case for their ocean plastics interventions.

We facilitate

private sector engagement in marine pollution initiatives from different actors – NGOs, international organizations, public sector, and industry associations. We ensure their engagement is concrete and long-lasting. We give access to the right persons within companies, and to corporate ways of working and culture.

We implement

action plans and projects on-the-ground. We have extensive field expertise in sustainability project management worldwide. This helps our clients with internal project management and global roll-out of their plastic, packaging and recycling strategies.

Our clients

• Save time as there are no clear guidelines on ocean plastics corporate leadership;
• Foresee their exposure to the related threats – regulation, reputation, procurement;
• Gain insights through our benchmark of best practices along the plastic value chain;
• Benefit from privileged partnerships with the corporate and the non-corporate world.

ConsultantSeas

is a broker to facilitate multi-stakeholder collaboration and thought leadership on ocean plastics reduction.

“As with many other complex challenges, slowing the flow of plastics into the ocean will require concerted, coordinated and collaborative global action from industry, citizens, nongovernmental organizations, governments at all levels, philanthropists and investors. It also touches many large, slow-moving, and interconnected sectors of the economy.”

  Moss, E., Eidson, A., and Jambeck J., 2017.

“As with many other complex challenges, slowing the flow of plastics into the ocean will require concerted, coordinated and collaborative global action from industry, citizens, nongovernmental organizations, governments at all levels, philanthropists and investors. It also touches many large, slow-moving, and interconnected sectors of the economy.”

  Moss, E., Eidson, A., and Jambeck J., 2017.

COMPASS

INSIGHTS FROM MARKETS

INSIGHTS FROM RESEARCH & POLICY

Corporate Ocean Micro/Macro Plastics Assessment, Solutions and Strategies

COMPASS

 

INSIGHTS FROM MARKETS

INSIGHTS FROM RESEARCH & POLICY

Corporate Ocean Micro/Macro Plastics Assessment, Solutions and Strategies

Hotspots

 

Addressing marine pollution is a complex issue. To carry out a sound strategic response you need to ensure you focus on the right priorities, define the most relevant challenges to your organization as well as where you want to develop your actions.

Exposure

 

Uncertainty is always worse than a bad news. The ocean plastics issue generates regulatory, perception and procurement threats. These are shaping your capacity to operate and grow. 

Actions

 

Expand your impact. Based on both your hotspots and exposure analysis, develop a relevant portfolio of internal and external actions. Elaborate clear action plans, targets and KPIs that drive the achievement of your commitments in highly exposed hotspots.

Leadership

 

As you define a set of actions tied to your commitments, carefully assess the level of leadership you gradually want to reach.

Hotspots

 

Addressing marine pollution is a complex issue. To carry out a sound strategic response you need to ensure you focus on the right priorities, define the most relevant challenges to your organization as well as where you want to develop your actions.

Exposure

 

Uncertainty is always worse than a bad news. The ocean plastics issue generates regulatory, perception and procurement threats. These are shaping your capacity to operate and grow. 

Actions

 

Expand your impact. Based on both your hotspots and exposure analysis, develop a relevant portfolio of internal and external actions. Elaborate clear action plans, targets and KPIs that drive the achievement of your commitments in highly exposed hotspots.

Leadership

 

As you define a set of actions tied to your commitments, carefully assess the level of leadership you gradually want to reach.

Contact us if you want to:

• Evaluate your exposure to the main ocean plastics related threats and (re)calibrate your strategic action plans;

• Benefit from privileged partnerships with our wide ocean plastics network;

• Hear more about our actions and have an ocean friendly chat.

contact@consultantseas.com

Follow us on Twitter!  
Our offices: Paris & Brest

Our offices are located in France in Paris and Brest, one of the international center for the study of oceans and seas.
Contact us if you want to come and visit us!

©Consultantseas-2018 I Légal mentions I Webdesigner: Séverine Chaussy

Contact us if you want to:

• Evaluate your exposure to the main ocean plastics related threats and (re)calibrate your strategic action plans;

• Benefit from privileged partnerships with our wide ocean plastics network;

• Hear more about our actions and have an ocean friendly chat.

contact@consultantseas.com

Follow us on Twitter!
Our offices: Paris & Brest

Our offices are located in France in Paris and Brest, one of the international centre for the study of oceans and seas.Contact us if you want to come and visit us!

©Consultantseas-2018 I Legal Mentions I Webdesigner: Séverine Chaussy