Our partners, allies and networks
Connecting Japan to the world
We bring to our clients in Japan the most advanced ideas, tools and methods developed and used abroad for corporate sustainability. Partners, allies and networks within and outside of Japan include non-profit organizations, public agencies, private firms, business associations and academic organizations.
The ACT methodology provides a framework for assessing the low-carbon transition across different sectors, such as energy, transport, and buildings, and evaluates a wide range of policies and measures that can support the transition.
ADEME is the French public agency for ecological transition, promoting the transition towards a more sustainable and resource-efficient society through expertise, advice, and financial support to businesses, local authorities, and individuals.
AHK Japan promotes trade and investment between the Germany and Japan, offering companies of both countries a range of services and activities, such as market research, business matching, legal advice, and networking events.
Amita is a leading company that offers a wide range of services to clients across various industries, serving clients in finance, healthcare, logistics, and public services among others. Amita is one of the founding parent companies of Codo.
AXA Climate offers a range of digital training programs on decarbonization, in addition to consulting services that aid companies financing for regenerative projects and offers insurance services related to climate change.
Caux Round Table Japan is a non-profit organization that promotes ethical business practices and corporate social responsibility in Japan while encouraging dialogue and collaboration to address social and environmental challenges.
Climate Fresk is an online educational platform that provides interactive games and simulations to educate users on various aspects of climate science, and policy. Codo was the first consultancy to offer Climate Workshop in Japan.
The European Business Council represents the interests of European businesses operating in Japan and promotes trade and investment between Europe and Japan. Codo is a member of the EBC and chairs its Sustainability Committee since 2022.
The Fukuoka Next Initiative is a program launched to foster innovation and entrepreneurship in the region and provide support and resources to startups and entrepreneurs in areas such as funding, mentoring and networking.
The Global-Local Challenges Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree provides education and training on issues related to global-local interactions and sustainable development while bringing together students and scholars.
The GX League is a program initiated by the Japanese government to promote innovation and entrepreneurship through providing funding, mentoring, and networking opportunities for startups and entrepreneurs.
The Japan Climate Initiative is a network of businesses, local governments, and organizations that have committed to taking action on climate change and promoting a low-carbon society and support the goals of the Paris Agreement.
La French Tech Tokyo is a community providing support and resources to its members, such as networking opportunities, mentorship, and access to funding for French start-ups interested in joining and developing in the Japanese market.
The CCI France Japon is an organization that promotes trade and investment and offers a range of services to its members to facilitate business opportunities and partnerships between French and Japanese companies.
MCP Asset Management Japan is an investment management firm that specializes in alternative investments, including private equity and real estate, and manages funds for institutional and high net worth investors.
MyCO2 allows individuals and businesses to calculate their carbon footprint in various sectors such as transportation, alimentation, housing or daily activities, to help them reduce their emissions and engage in climate action.
The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures provides recommendations for companies to disclose their climate-related risks, with the goal of improving transparency and helping investors make more informed decisions.
The University of Glasgow is a public research university and is one of the oldest and most prestigious in the United Kingdom, located in Glasgow, Scotland. It is known for its research excellence and innovative teaching methods.
The World Benchmarking Alliance (WBA) develops, maintains and expand benchmarking frameworks and tools that are used to assess worldwide companies’ contributions to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.