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Accelerating positive impact

Shared Planet is a stakeholder strategy, insight and engagement consultancy working at the intersection of environment, culture and social issues. We are based in London and operate globally. We help clients with strategy, research and analysis so that they can understand their stakeholder landscape and build new initiatives, partnerships and strategies that are leading, intelligent and effective.

WEDO hired Shared Planet to undertake a very complicated project, looking at macroeconomic trends in a variety of thematic areas (tax, trade, debt, IFIs, corporate capture, as well as an overarching look at systems change and at climate finance). We have been incredibly impressed with Shared Planet and the consultants we've worked with there, and intend to hire them again for at least one subsequent project. The flexibility, sharp political analysis, and extremely pleasant working relationship has all exceeded expectations and I feel very lucky to have found them. This has been a complicated and evolving project and it literally would not be happening if we hadn’t found Shared Planet.

Katie Tobin, Senior Program Manager

Women's Environment and Development Organisation (WEDO)

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We have the heart of an NGO and the analytical rigour of a management consultancy

Shared Planet provides research, analysis and stakeholder engagement support to clients working in the environmental and social space. We work primarily with civil society organisations, academic institutions, governments, and international organisations to support them to conduct research and analysis relating to their issue and stakeholder landscapes.

Our team takes a research-led approach to client work, using proven methodologies and frameworks that help us to bring analytical rigour to everything that we do. We specialise in complex issue management that is multi-geography and multi-disciplinary.

Our team has a big heart and we are  committed to creating a better world. We care passionately about solving important and complex environmental and social problems and for this reason, we donate up to 20% of our time each year to important causes.

What we are working on in 2024.

Fundraising support on sustainable cities

Helping to identify high net worth individuals with a passion for elements of sustainable cities creation, such as mobility and greening.

Analysing the harm and ethical implications of social media platforms

Helping advertisers to understand the way that social media platforms, gaming channels, Web 3.0 and AI are changing the fundamental dynamics of society. 

Drafting and promoting a Nature Positive Economy Roadmap

Supporting a major NGO to build a comprehensive Nature Positive Economy Roadmap to shift the global financial architecture and launching it with partners.

Building an expert network on human wildlife conflict in East Africa

Supporting leading US academic experts to build a research centre and multi-stakeholder network on human wildlife conflict across East Africa.

Stakeholder opinion research on ecological restoration

Working with the global authority on nature to support ecological restoration governance  by understanding internal institutional priorities and initiatives.

Building an environmental awareness campaign for an UNESCO world heritage site

Conducting extensive research across 14 sustainability issues, conducting stakeholder opinion research and building a communications strategy and monitoring and evaluation system for this major global world heritage site.

Analysing global initiatives on household food waste reduction

Working with a London-based circular economy NGO to understand global initiatives and best practice in relation to household food waste reduction and promoting behaviour change.

Research and analysis on carbon markets in three countries

Conducting a literature review and stakeholder mapping and policy brief to understand the challenges with carbon markets across Brazil, Indonesia and Kenya.

Stakeholder engagement, partnerships and international positioning on culture

Working for a government entity to promote its work and contribution to the global culture, conservation and archaeology communities.

Stopping whale and dolphin hunting

We built a global campaign with a leading ocean-focused NGO to stop the hunting of whales and dolphins in the North Atlantic.

Supporting a more sustainable and DEI approach to marketing

Working to better understand the ways that marketing can support greater diversity in advertising and the creative industries.

Thought leadership positioning on food redistribution

Working to create new research-led reports on the potential cost savings relating to food redistribution and the role of food redistribution in the overall health of the charity sector in the UK.


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