More than just carbon.
To contribute to sustainable development.
The scale of the economy-wide action required to mitigate climate change entails that the impacts of mitigation strategies go far beyond climate change itself, to energy security, health impacts, air quality, land use and biodiversity, and cost of living, consumption patterns and economic growth.
It is for this reason that the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), established to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all, emphasize the need for a holistic approach to address social, environmental and economic development.
Therefore, at EcoTraders we believe that the most successful mitigation strategies contribute to sustainable, long-term growth, and that quantifying these co-benefits is crucial to proper strategy development.
Our benefits assessment approach is applied to a wide range of policies, including sustainable transport, energy, climate and environmental protection.
Modelling and assessment of economic impacts
For example, evaluating the monetary benefit of a transport policy, assessing externalities related to health, noise, air pollution, congestion, accidents
Assessing air pollution impacts
Identifying key sources, pollutants and technological abatement measures to mitigate air, soil and water contamination.
Sustainable development strategy
We help our clients define coherent goals and implement practical sustainable actions.
Externalities assessment on social and economic impacts
Determination and technical analysis of air, waste and soil pollutants emissions
Modelling of pollutant diffusion
Life Cycle Analysis
Our experience goes beyond climate change, and our multidisciplinary team of experts helps our clients understand, quantify and assess social, health and economic impacts of their policies or projects.
Israel's Air Pollution Reduction Plan
Assessing air pollution impacts of policy measures across the economy and determine externality costs for health impact.
Israel Long-Term Low Emission Development Strategy
Israel 2050: A vision and strategy for a low-emission, vibrant economy.
Chief advisor to develop Israel 2050 strategy for key environmental social and economic goals, to be submitted to the UNFCCC.
Public Transport policy: co-benefits assessment
Assessing the economic and social benefits of private car use reduction strategies in the public sector, including the analysis of the impact of reduction of pollution, congestion, noise and road accidents.