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We Are Better Together

We are a group of ESG advisors who aspire to see Morocco & Africa become leaders in helping the world achieve its UN 2030 Agenda.  Our vision is to contribute to a more sustainable, prosperous and socially just business ecosystem in Morocco.

We are genuinely passionate about what we do, but at the same time, we realize that social and climate risks are investment & business risks; therefore, we are committed to helping businesses become environmentally and socially responsible in order to maintain their competitive edge.

Your Sustainability Partner To A Prosperous Tomorrow

No matter where you are on your sustainability journey.  Think Sustinri can help. We will work with you to develop, implement and communicate your sustainability strategy.  Our main objective is to empower investors & businesses to make a difference in the cities and communities in which they operate while growing profitable.


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ESG Management

Think Sustineri advises Moroccan companies on developing sustainability strategies and successfully implementing them.


Think Sustineri Advises Canadian & foreign investors on how to generate social and environmental impact alongside financial returns while investing in Morocco.

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What is Sustainability?

In 1987, the United Nations Brundtland Commission defined sustainability as “meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” 


Why is sustainability good for business?

In addition to the fact that more than 195 signatories of the Paris Accord agreed to lower their CO2 emissions, sustainability has become detrimental in helping businesses mitigate risk and boost their bottom line

Who are the stakeholders?

Transitioning from shareholder capitalism to a stakeholder’s version of it is no longer optional, Governments and other entities are introducing laws and regulations to mandate companies and other stakeholders to embed , and good  factors while doing businesses.  


Ministry of Energy Transition and Sustainable Development

Legal Frameworks & Policies, Morocco

Business in Morocco

Morocco unveiled its new business brand, Morocco Now!

The New Development Plan

Morocco New Social Development Plan.

EU’s Carbon Border Tax

What will be the effect of the EU’s Carbon Border Tax on Morocco, and how should Morocco react?

How to market sustainability

While consumers are increasingly interested in buying products that are better for the environment and for people than the alternative, three factors involving communications often prevent them from doing so: not enough information; gaps in trust; and confusion. These are some top insights derived from The Conference Board’s recently published global survey of 32,000 consumers in 64 countries.

Climate Change Competence Center of Morocco

Morocco's Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) is an enhanced version of the Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) that Morocco submitted to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) secretariat on June 5 2015.

Materiality Assessment

In the sustainability world, "materiality assessments" are the backbone of reporting. They help identify an organization’s most "material issues" and determine what should be reported. The process of identifying these issues involves reaching out to internal and external stakeholders to get their input. This can be time-consuming, but is a huge opportunity to solicit input on the strategy too.


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