The award-winning business leader Accenture has announced plans to acquire Brazil-based Green Domus Desenvolvimento Sustentável LTDA as part of their most recent sustainable services portfolio expansion.
Both companies have substantial experience in providing clients with long-lasting business solutions, which they will combine with a focus on decarbonization.
Green Domus is an established consulting company that creates custom solutions that help clients implement optimal sustainable practices in their business structures. Its client base includes national and international companies, governments, and multilateral agencies, while their set of services varies between consulting, certification, auditing, and training services.
Accenture intends to acquire Green Domus with the purpose of increasing the list of services they can offer to global clients. The performance-boosting company recognized a shared sustainability vision between the two enterprises and hopes to use their cumulative expertise for the development of innovative decarbonization solutions.
Companies worldwide are looking for feasible, better-suited pathways that can help reach net zero targets by 2050, with only 7% of global companies currently on a steady track to meet these expectations.
One of the ways in which Green Domus can address these needs and help with informed carbon decision-making is by sharing with clients its deep knowledge of sustainability frameworks such as the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi), voluntary carbon credits, and the newly-emerged EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM).
On behalf of Accentuate, Matthew Govier, Latin America Sustainability Services lead, commented: “Green Domus’ approach to measuring carbon emissions data and Accenture’s suite of advanced sustainability services, such as our net zero transition solutions, will support our clients in building resilient futures.”
This acquisition by Accenture is one of its several sustainability-focused ventures, which will add to the list of already obtained companies, including Avieco, Carbon Intelligence, Greenfish, akzente, and Zestgroup.