With the launch of its FH2050 climate and sustainability practice, FleishmanHillard Brussels strengthens its offer in the sustainability space. This will help organisations navigate, communicate and engage with the green recovery.
Climate change and sustainability have long been significant drivers of European public policy. Now for the first time, the Sustainable Development Goals are mainstreamed into EU policies and initiatives. The COVID-19 crisis has only served to catalyse Europe’s ambition, and focus minds on the green recovery. Consumer awareness, global leadership and environmental and social resilience are examples of the drivers that will impact change.
For all companies, across all sectors, managing the regulatory and political environment and being part of the conversation will be an essential part of public affairs engagement in the post-COVID landscape.
Our FH 2050 practice combines our deeply embedded sectoral expertise across transport, finance, technology, environment and chemicals, with the strength of our integrated communications and reputation management practice to help companies navigate the reputational, financial and legislative impacts associated with the transition to climate neutrality.
FleishmanHillard has developed tools which allow organisations – for the first time – to develop a 360 view of the opportunities and challenges ahead. And this across all of the EU’s policies and to participate in the constantly evolving public conversation.
Our broad set of services encompasses policy expertise, climate and sustainability communications, and campaign and profile development. These services will empower companies to manage the regulatory situation and to shape the wider conversation impacting their sector.
For more information about our climate and sustainability practice, feel free to read our credentials and contact our team.