Our climate experts are as global as our reach, representing over 30 different nationalities. This means that no matter where you are or what you need help with, there is a local expert with a far-reaching network ready to assist you.
South Pole may evoke the image of Antarctica, the great frozen continent, but our company's presence and impact is global. Our team of over 400 penguins are spread out over all continents, placed across 18 offices. They work with a wide range of public, private and civil society organisations for over a decade.
Local expertise around the world
Mindful of local culture and habits, as well as the demanding market environment in some of the jurisdictions we are active in, we have adopted a regional approach to optimally tailor our offering to fit local needs. This is fully complementary to our global offering. Our local markets include the German-speaking countries (DACH region), Australia, Colombia and Sweden. Please visit the following pages for more information on how we can best support you in any one of these markets.
Het South Pole Benelux team kent de markt en de regelgeving, in Nederland, België en de Europese Unie.
In de Benelux werken we samen met een groeiend aantal ambitieuze bedrijven aan het versnellen van hun individuele transitie.
Mit Schweizer Wurzeln und globalem Team unterstützt South Pole seit 2006 Unternehmen in der gesamten DACH-Region. Wir entwickeln wirkungsvolle Klimaschutzprojekte und bieten ganzheitliche Nachhaltigkeitsberatung.
With the ambitious Net Zero targets, the UK must collectively drive up action to ensure that we deliver and corporations, financial institutions must all play their part.
We help our clients assess their climate risks and opportunities, measure and reduce their environmental impact, source renewable energy and carbon offsets, and support sustainability projects that transform lives around the world.
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