About Currie

Our Story

At Currie, we see the possible

For 30 years we have connected clients and stakeholders in conversations about a better way forward. But, we are not the heroes of this story. The leaders we work with are – the ones who aren’t afraid to start difficult conversations about complex challenges we need to solve together.

Currie works at the nexus between food production, natural resource management, and programs that support people and community.

Currie is a proudly certified B Corporation and a participant in the United Nations Global Compact.

Our vision

We see a world with leaders working towards a kinder, fairer, safer future for all.

A future that connects people with food, land and water, and, ultimately, with one another.

Our mission

To give voice to people and organisations that sustain life on our planet.

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Meet the team

Our people

Our Partners

Partnerships for shared impact

Currie partners with others to make a positive impact on the world. This includes pro bono clients, to whom we gift 5% of our consulting time each year. These partnerships empower people to feed themselves, protect nature and live better, and enable organisations to work in a way that sustains life and realises a better tomorrow.
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Our Impacts

Measuring what matters

Not everything that matters is easily measured, yet Currie manages its material sustainability impacts in three ways. We use B Lab’s B Impact Assessment to monitor social and environmental outcomes. We report progress on our commitment to the UN Global Compact. We report these impacts in a sustainability report.

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Our Thoughts


A beacon in the ESG smog

Corporate pledges for action on climate change should be a beacon in the smog for investors and consumers, but are they? When we pause to recognise World Environment Day tomorrow ...
04 June 2021

Sunlight is the best disinfectant – A mantra for ESG reporting

If sunlight is the best disinfectant, the shades are drawn when it comes to seeing what’s happening with sustainability at large listed companies. A lack of transparency in and comparability ...
09 April 2021

What most companies get wrong when doing their first ESG report

By Mark Paterson (Currie), Michael Diegelmann and Justus Fischer (cometis) Doing your first ESG (environmental, social and governance) report is not as simple or straight-forward as it seems. In no way are ...
30 March 2021