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What We Do

Creating breakthroughs for a net-zero future

It is time to reimagine the world we operate in today. 

To reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, the world must halve its emissions in the next ten years. Many businesses have committed to do this, both in their own footprint and through influencing and enabling their customers and partners. This requires a complete transition from today’s operations.

Oliver Wyman creates breakthroughs for people, planet, and profit. 

We cut through complex climate systems and solve for operational efficiencies. We help you discover new business opportunities, create new pathways, and respond to climate risk, to make the needed changes commercially compelling. 

Breakthroughs bring competitive edge and commercial advantage. They drive financial stability and a smooth transition. They help us to create a world together that is regenerative, fair, and inclusive for everyone.

Our Approach


What We Think

With sustainability and climate change impacting businesses across virtually all sectors, there are a variety of trends that leaders should be aware of as they outline their approach to this pressing topic. Visit the following content hubs from Oliver Wyman and Marsh & McLennan for our latest thinking on the topic.

Energy's Transition

Conquering challenges of an industry in evolution

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Powering The Net-Zero Economy

Financial institutions have a crucial role to play in combating climate change

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Climate Change Significantly Impacts Global Health

Climate change will be the most significant force impacting global health. Impacts will arrive gradually, then suddenly.


Incorporating Sustainability Into Infrastructure

Our joint report with WWF explores how climate and nature-related factors are applied in the investment process

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Ride The Green Wave

Decarbonization will be one of the dominant topics of industrial equipment manufacturers in the next decade


Climate Change Will Restructure the Economy

Here's how banks can prepare


Who We Are