Going beyond risk screening to pathways of opportunity. Integrating decision making with technology and leadership.
As the pace of climate change accelerates, businesses and governments are increasingly engaging in efforts to determine sound climate adaptation solutions.
Established in 2010, GCAP is a leading climate change adaptation consultancy, training and knowledge management company. Through its global network of scientists, policy makers, project managers, technical specialists, and researchers, GCAP delivers climate adaptation solutions supporting fund managers with annual budgets of nearly $10 billion.
GCAP operates in three complementary business areas:
• Consultancy - We are driven by solutions for clients, offering bespoke services and products for long-term support for transformational change, building upon a deep understanding of our clients’ business strategies in order to develop sustainable and best-value solutions to their unique climate change challenges.
• Adaptation Academy - Our Adaptation Academy transforms leadership in practice, fostering the development of organizational capacity for the successful implementation of climate adaptation solutions.
GCAP provides three types of climate services: climate change adaptation consulting, climate adaptation training programmes and knowledge-led client services. Each service not only has its own unique value add but also supports and enhances the effectiveness of other services, contributing to the overall success of GCAP’s client focused and innovation driven strategy.
GCAP takes climate adaptation services a step ahead of its competition by providing a wide range of flexible adaptation solutions that effectively link adaptation planning with implementation through intelligent IT automation tools. Drawing upon our experience in delivering innovative and world leading climate adaptation solutions, GCAP has developed comprehensive adaptation planning methodologies that help clients rapidly develop a range of relevant and practical options for ‘adapting well’ to their climate challenges.