• GPlanet Finance

    Management of green initiatives and ecological incidents

  • Socioecological Projects

    Turn any green budget into a financial project and tax plan

  • Market Trends

    Launch green upgrades and designs that make economic sense

  • Green Marketing

    Build a green brand, social presence and market position

  • Ecological Disasters

    Rank the problems and discard the weakest action plans

  • Social Responsibility

    Improve the community's perception and deal with key issues only

  • Environmental Law

    Evaluate legal options and adapt to them better than competitors

GPlanet Finance. Awesome!

_Turn green and social budgets into profitable decisions

GPlanet Finance (GPF) is a practical management solution for green and social ideas and initiatives. Its main goal is to deliver greater economic profits and social perception. As a result, your organization can achieve significant improvements in areas such as sales, costs, margins, mark or social value. For example, in a project to increase sales of organic products, our involvement would lead to specific objectives and more effective marketing, promotion and publicity actions and greater understanding of the advantages of purchasing.

We encourage organizations to look at green initiatives from a revenues standpoint. As a result, their budgets to change brands, products or services deliver more profitable impacts.

Any client. Any green scenario

_Take control of your green budgets and situations

GPlanet Finance (GPF) is about achieving measurable benefits and making a smart use of resources devoted to green, sustainable, social and ethical projects, plans or ideas.

Regretfully, sometimes the driving force of green initiatives will be fixing an ecological disaster but in a majority of cases, organizations will seek to enhance or simplify management, products or services. Therefore, common reasons to "be green and sustainable" will include to adapt to market trends, competition or new legislation; grow sales, build a green brand and social value, improve the community's perception or, simply, cut down costs, comply with customer certification requests or follow corporate social responsibility rules.

No matter what the scenario is, GPlanet Finance (GPF) follows a flexible step-by-step process to assign budgets on the base of the client's own attitudes and priorities. The US EPA video below shall help to gain some insight (Hint: HD resolution and subtitles with translation!).

FAQs: project size, budget, timeframe, commitments...

GPlanet Finance (GPF) is a simple, step-by-step and fully guided project management approach. As a result, every client shall go through the same 3 main stages (scenario, priority ranking and, allocation of resources) and 12 steps. However, although the process is practical and lean, the larger the green initiative is, the larger the process tends to be.

For example, creating target budgets and action plans for a component change would be quite faster than delivering those of a new green facility. Equally, dealing with toxic chemicals would need closer attention than enhancing green image and social value.

Another key topic for potential customers is to know, firstly, whether their company and initiative may benefit from GPlanet Finance's method and, secondly, whether our approach complies or may lead to achieve specific environmental and social accreditations. You may find the answer in the columns below. Conversely, you may wish to click on the envelope icon to email us your questions.

Step-by-step. Simple. Powerful

_Make green budgets deliver measurable results

AT GPF we wanted to make every green story a financial and social success. As a company, we wished to transform environmental good will and concerns into objective measurements and team work. As a result, we created a management system where stakeholders, investors, commercial, financial and technical staff could drop secondary ideas and decide on objectives and profitable execution budgets on key matters.

Our proposal is a 3-stage 12-step process to measure impacts and the client's attitudes and priorities to deliver planned groups of actions and goals. In fact, our process is a cycle, making it possible to compare or add results with different priorities, timeframes or expense levels.

Although we initially suggest to start by gathering key facts and data of the scenario, some clients may prefer to begin with the available resources and budgets. Please hover and click the 3 stages and 12 steps below for detailed information.

Name the scenario
Identify problems
Gather context data
Measure impacts
Practical shortlist
Imminent priorities
Next-day priorities
Visual action map
Economic timeframe
Broad financial plan
Detailed budgets
Plans and goals

Below these lines we provide some examples of environmental and socio-economical elements potentially involved by the client's project and priorities. As part of our process, we shall rank how those elements will be affected (for better or worse) and what to do about problems with the available money and expertise. Please use the arrows on the right to scroll up and down a sample of our open list of 100+ socio-economical and environmental elements.

  • Social

    Recreation, culture, monuments, landscape...

  • Economy

    Waste, depletion, employment, population density...

  • Air

    Poisonous gases, odours, particles, smog...

  • Water

    Springs, underground, rivers, composition...

  • Land

    Agriculture, forestry, residential, commercial...

  • Plants and animals

    Crops, seafood and meat, endangered species...

  • Global ethics

    Child workers, human rights, forced labour...

  • Health and safety

    Injuries, viruses, noise, radiation...

Inquire and contact

_Take a smarter green step today!

We thank you for visiting the inquire and contact section! We will be pleased to hear from potential clients, professionals interested in becoming a green authorized agent or parties interested in developping environmental and social initiatives under a more financial approach (GPF system).

Please feel free to call or email us using the provided form. We will get back to you as soon as possible.AGA Commission Scheme


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