We primarily advise multinational companies, banks and law firms; and often support other consultancy firms.    

Sustain Value advises a broad range of multinational companies from a variety of sectors, as well as banks and law firms.  We have worked directly or indirectly for Antofagasta, Eni, Exxon, Green Investment Bank, HSBC, Hitachi, Kraft, Rio Tinto, Roche, Shell, Total, Tullow Oil, Vedanta Resources and WPP.   Prior to establishing Sustain Value, James has provided consulting services to numerous other multinational companies, banks and law firms as well as government departments and NGOs.

Sustain Value clients also include business representative organisations such as the WBCSD (World Business Council for Sustainable Development), IPIECA (the global oil and gas industry association for environmental and social issues) and the Chilean Mining Council.   

With clients located throughout the world, recent project assignments have involved working at sites across Europe, South America, North America, Africa and the Middle East.  

We have developed experience in a range of sectors including:

  • Extractives (e.g. oil, gas and mining)
  • Energy (e.g. fossil fuels, biofuels, renewables and nuclear)
  • Water & wastewater
  • Industry (e.g. food, chemicals, manufacturing and technology)
  • Maritime (e.g. ports, marinas, pipelines and coastal developments)
  • Tourism & transport
  • Coastal, forestry, agriculture & biodiversity
  • Finance, legal & insurance
Although mainly focussed on the private sector, we also undertake assignments for governments and non-governmental organisations.  
See our Case Studies page for examples of our work. For sector or country specific experience, please contact us.
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"Companies that value and integrate biodiversity and ecosystem services into their strategic plans are best positioned for the future."  (Andrew Liveris, Chairman and CEO, The Dow Chemical Company)


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