Evaluate and improve the multidimensional environmental performance of a product or service

As environmental awareness grows, more and more brands, companies and manufacturers are competing to demonstrate their environmental commitment. Consumers are becoming increasingly demanding about environmental issues. But what is a sustainable product? How can the environmental impact of products or services be calculated? Or how to minimise the environmental impact of products sold?
Life-Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a standardised and globally renowned methodology used to measure the potential environmental impacts of a product or service, over its entire life cycle, from raw material extraction to end of life. The approach is multi-criteria, i.e. it allows the environmental impact to be calculated on a range of environmental indicators. It is the basis of the eco-design strategy and allows for the identification of improvement levers, as well as for science-backed communication on the environmental impact of products or services.

Succeed environmental impact assessment of your product or service

  1. Understand the environmental issues, obstacles and levers
    Awareness-raising workshops (management committees, employees), tailor-made training or ludic activities (serious game, Climate Fresk, biodiversity workshop, etc.)
  2. Evaluate and analyse environmental impacts
    Measuring environmental impact using Life-Cycle Analysis on one or more indicators (climate change, biodiversity, resources, etc.)
  3. Building an environmental strategy
    Assessment of eco-design levers
    Definition of an eco-design strategy with quantified objectives
    Workshop to co-construct action plans
    Identification of the needs of the various business lines involved
  4. Communicate
    Development of eco-profiles
    Support for critical review
    Support for labelling procedures or environmental display procedures for products