PAIA CONSULTING IS SINGAPORE’S LEADING SUSTAINABILITY CONSULTANCY.

We specialise in helping companies implement sustainability at a strategic level, and report on this through Sustainability Reports.

Understand your exposure to sustainable development risks and opportunities, from leadership and engagement, reputation and supply chain resilience, to social licence to operate and human rights management. Embed sustainability practices in your business to create and protect corporate value.

We have been helping Singaporean companies create strategic value out of their sustainability reporting since 2002. To date, Paia Consulting has been involved with more than 150 reporting projects, including 116 for SGX listed corporations. Many of our clients have won global recognition for their sustainability and are leaders locally and regionally.

Devise a Report on how you understand and manage the relevant sustainable development risks in your business. Prepare and produce high quality communications aligned with stakeholder expectations and international reporting frameworks.

Join our public courses or book a bespoke in-house training session. Learn business sustainability principles, how to use the Global Reporting Initiative Guidelines, and how to do materiality assessment or stakeholder engagement. Paia Consulting has been involved with more than 150 reporting projects, including 116  for SGX listed corporations, so we have both the width and the depth of practical experience and our training shares this expertise with you.

Our pedigree and international experience help institutional programmes such as Singapore Sustainability Label, Global Compact Network Singapore with training, or Singapore Environment Council with auditing.

We help you get ready for sustainability report assurance. We provide assurance services, to AA1000 and ISAE3000. We can assess the integrity and accuracy of Green Bond information and data used by investors.

Supply Chain & Sustainable Procurement – Thursday, June 7, 2018 | 9am-5pm | $450

Learn how to manage your supply chain more responsibly whilst fulfilling the reporting requirements. You will learn about business drivers, stakeholder expectations, tools and approaches in a hands-on way, how to integrate sustainable purchasing policies into your business strategy combined with sharing of best practice in effective supply chain sustainability. [Read More]

Sustainability Reporting Toolkit Training - Monday, August 20, 2018 | 9am-5pm | $4800 for 1st participant, $1200 for subsequent participants

Write your Sustainability Report in-house with our specially designed Toolkit, compliant with SGX Sustainability Reporting guidelines. Our Toolkit includes a 32 page Handbook written by Paia, Reporting Tools & Templates to get you started and a special 1 day training to help you through it all. [Read More]

SDGs & Sustainability Strategy – Thursday, October 4, 2018 | 9am-12pm | $250

The SDGs & Sustainability Strategy training session will provide participants with a strategic approach and practical knowledge on how to adopt, align and integrate the 17 SDGs into their Economic, Environmental, Social and Governance material issues, and ultimately into their organisation’s overall sustainability / business strategy. [Read More]

Human Rights in the Workplace

What constitutes Human Rights in the Workplace Human rights are often seen as perplexing, complex issues that most organisations find hard to grapple with or think these are simply not applicable to their business. Human rights are in fact, very much a part of the daily workings of an organisation. Common human resource issues, contractual […]

Earth Day Film Screening at NUS: Leonardo Dicaprio’s ‘Before the Flood

The NUS Energy Studies Institute (ESI) and the US Embassy jointly organized a screening of the 2016 documentary film about climate change, ‘Before the Flood’, on the 6th of April 2017. Held at the NUS University Hall Auditorium, the film screening was prefaced by a panel discussion on climate change. ‘Before the Flood’ is a […]

What makes the cut? Charting materiality amongst Singapore’s sustainability reporters.

Carrie Johnson, Wong Dan Chi, Nicolas Heath & Lim Sze Wei With the Singapore Stock Exchange’s (SGX) announcement this year that sustainability reporting is to be introduced on a “comply-or-explain” basis for all listed companies from the end of FY2017, understanding Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) material issues has never been more important. Up to […]

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