"The Embedding Project team are a pleasure to work with and their tools and perspectives have been instrumental in helping us on our sustainability journey. The Peer Network provides a valuable space to share, learn, and be inspired."
The Embedding Project is a global public-benefit research project that helps companies embed social and environmental factors across their operations and decision-making.
We create rigorous assessments, guides, and tools to help you and your company do its part on sustainability.
The Principles that Guide Us
We support companies that want to do their part on sustainability
We facilitate structured, reflective processes, ask challenging questions, and provide the tools to help companies take credible action.
We value and respect different forms of knowledge
While we ground our work in strong social and natural science research methods, we also respect and seek to learn from Indigenous and community knowledge and those working on the ground to realise positive change.
We are curious, inquisitive, and responsive
As a community we are committed to co-creation, rapid prototyping, iteration, and refinement.
We are committed to creating public value
We identify, curate, and develop relevant and practical resources that we license as Creative Commons so they can be shared and used by all.
Collaboration and inclusivity underpin what we do
We support a growing, diverse community of thoughtful sustainability change agents and practical researchers by convening safe spaces where we can interact and learn from each other.
How We Support Your Journey
We identify and develop the tools companies need to embed sustainability.
We bring together global companies, harnessing their collective knowledge to generate tools for the benefit of all.
Although we are not consultants, we support companies where we can add value.
“The Maturity Assessment is the first compelling methodology to systematically understand the sustainability maturity of your organisation and have rational, informed discussions about what initiatives should be prioritised.”