Josh Nothwang Global Director, Sustainability Advisory Joanna Plaisant Strategic Partnership and Sustainability Associate Director | Poland Ruth Geeson Global Technical Director, Sustainability Disclosure and Stakeholder Engagement Michelle Bachir Managing Director Sustainability Advisory | United States


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Arcadis is the world’s leading company delivering intelligence-driven sustainable design, engineering, and consultancy solutions for natural and built assets. We are more than 36,000 architects, data analysts, designers, engineers, project planners, water management and sustainability experts, working across 30 countries, all driven by our passion for improving quality of life.

We exist to find solutions to today’s most pressing challenges, from the impact of climate change to increasing urbanization and digital transformation – all with the ultimate goal of improving quality of life for people around the world. You can see this in the work we do for our clients, the opportunities we create for our people, and in our efforts to enhance the communities in which we live and work. We bring together world-class resources and the latest innovative technologies to help define the cities and experiences of tomorrow.

This has been our mission since 1888, and it continues today.

As a GRESB Global Partner, Arcadis supports all aspects of the GRESB process on behalf of participants, including compiling sustainability performance data, developing strategy, policy and governance programs, setting goals and targets, assessing risk and opportunity, engaging stakeholders, and preparing for and/or responding to GRESB’s annual assessments.

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