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Yarra valley

water

IP&L and beyond

GIST has been working with Yarra Valley Water, Melbourne's largest water utility, for many years. We supported YVW with pioneering the first ever Integrated Profit and Loss (IP&L) report in the water sector and have since helped integrate impact valuation disciplines across the organisation and beyond - including establishing the SROI of

their CSR activities and conducting

product level assessments. 

 

Our IP&L study revealed that the company provides AU$ 72.4 million benefits to environment and society.

Sveaskog

IP&L analysis

Sveaskog is Sweden's largest forest owner and sells saw-logs, pulpwood and biofuel. Sveaskog also works with land transactions and develops the forest as a venue for hunting, fishing and other nature-based experience. GIST has worked with Sveaskog on a number of projects, including to help its Integrated Profit & Loss (IP&L) report, across multiple years.

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AkzoNobel

Value Chain Analysis

AkzoNobel is the world’s leading paint and performance coatings manufacturer. GIST worked with AkzoNobel to help prepare its first Integrated Profit & Loss (IP&L) report for its Pulp and Performance Chemicals business in Brazil.

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Conservation Wildlands Trust

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Social return on investment (sroi)

Part of the Ashok Piramal Group, Conservation Wildlands Trust (CWT) is an initiative to promote community-based wildlife conservation in India. GIST works with CWT to measure the total economic value creation for beneficiaries and social return on investment (SROI) as result of its community health and skill training programs in the Pench Tiger Reserve area, in India.

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AMATA

IP&L analysis

AMATA is a Brazilian forestry company that serves as a bridge between the forest and the consumer market, offering certified wood that is produced with social responsibility and guaranteed origin. GIST worked with AMATA to help prepare its first Integrated Profit & Loss (IP&L) report.