As a profit-for-purpose organisation and certified B Corp, South Pole supports our Australian and New Zealand clients on their climate journey and strives to create positive impacts on climate, ecosystems and communities.
Accelerating climate action in Australia and New Zealand
South Pole's Oceania presence spans all areas of climate expertise – from sustainability consultancy to carbon and biodiversity project development. Our experienced team can help you achieve your sustainability and environmental goals.
Our Climate Action Services
Carbon Credits & Funding Climate Action
Achieve Carbon Neutral certification of your organisation, product or service under the Australian Government's Climate Active program
Purchase carbon credits to compensate for your emissions as your work to decarbonise - Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs) and international voluntary standards such as Gold Standard and Verified Carbon Standard
Protect Australian biodiversity as well as offset emissions with our unique EcoAustralia™ credits
EcoAustralia - Reducing global emissions and restoring native vegetation
EcoAustralia™ combines Australian government-endorsed biodiversity credits with international carbon credits, giving organisations offsetting with this product the opportunity to fight global climate change and contribute to the regeneration and preservation of Australia's most vulnerable ecosystems.
Our dedicated team of sustainability experts, climate marketing specialists, and skilled carbon market consultants are helping businesses, industry groups and governments unlock the potential of their sustainability ambitions and drive Climate Action for All.
Your 5 Step Climate Journey Starts Here
1. Measure Footprint
Understand your carbon emissions, product impacts and climate change risks.
The ACCC’s Environmental Claims Guidance is good news (for those who use it wisely)
As the ACCC’s Environmental Claims Guidance evolves, businesses face a communications challenge - to say the right thing, while still cutting through jargon to communicate in a way that everyone understands.
Interpreting the ISSB: how companies should respond to the ambitious new baseline for sustainability disclosure
The International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) has released its first two standards. These both consolidate existing reporting frameworks, including the Task Force for Climate-related Financial Disclosure (TCFD)