Climate Sense

Climate Sense is a UK-Based international consultancy specialising in behaviour change and capacity development for climate change [mitigation and adaptation]. The work of Climate Sense spans both the developed and developing world. We provide consultancy, training and metrics for institutional and systemic change. We are custodians and developers of the CaDD Process (previously called PACT, under ABL).
Our approaches have been used with thousands of organisations including: development practitioners; multi-national corporates; SMEs; donors; government departments and agencies; cities (25 to date), value chains (8 value chains in 14 countries), sectors (8 sectors), local government organisations, researchers, engineers, and numerous projects with multiple applications and objectives.
We stimulate and scale good practices on the ground through designing optimum enabling and delivery environments that can turn available technologies, finance and information into meaningful action. Our work is by nature multidisciplinary. We work across public, private and civil society organisations to pinpoint where a difference will make the biggest difference. Our approaches identify what is already being done well and use this as a foundation on which to design and build improved actions. We work best in collaboration with others – merging our expertise and tools with all types of technical, financial and softer skills. We would love to hear from you and explore how we could work together towards common goals.



Climate CaDD

The CaDD software system provides services to generate metrics on organisational and stakeholder capacities across any climate change relevant activity/activities, and at any scale.

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Mediation training module: PACT

The PACT module, developed for the EC Mediation, gives organisations a detailed analysis of their capacity to take climate resilient decisions plus guidance on their next steps.

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Adaptation tools, Case study: PACT

PACT is applied to help companies assess their strategic exposure to climate change, analyze their resilience or vulnerable, and identify possible projects which offer win-win outcomes.

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