As a leader, you’re constantly thinking about the impact your business makes on the world. But impact works both ways: for better and for worse.
Every year, the pressure to make your business more environmentally sustainable clicks up a notch.
Regulatory pressure. Social pressure. Financial pressure.
As every newscast links a new natural disaster to the climate crisis, your carbon footprint becomes a literal burning issue. Clients, customers, and employees are demanding increasing transparency on sustainability, all the way down the supply chain.
From an ethical point of view, it’s non-negotiable. You take your corporate responsibility seriously and always have. But right now, the urgency is undeniable.
Energy has always been a precious, finite resource. As fuel costs soar, companies can no longer afford to be at the beck and call of the next oil crisis. The way we manage our resources needs to change. Now.
Today, it’s not just a question of sustainability. It’s a matter of survival.
The enormity of the global environmental issues we’re facing can feel overwhelming.
But our response doesn’t need to.
You need an actionable roadmap, a reliable, step-by-step framework to increase efficiency and reduce your environmental impact across the organisation. We’ll help you build that framework: it will be unique to your company, with specific reviews and opportunities. It may involve changing or improving existing processes to make more of what you already have, or reduce consumption. We may discover new ways to source more sustainable materials or energy. You might need to upskill and develop staff capabilities to achieve and maintain key sustainability certifications like the ISO 50001.
Our Sustainability Transformation process doesn’t force you to choose between environmental impact and your business goals. Every step you take towards environmental sustainability is a leap towards financial stability, particularly when it comes to energy. Any saving you make on energy will compound in the coming months and years, because prices are not coming down. And as we’re already seeing, when energy costs soar, materials aren’t far behind.
The Green Start is a funded programme that seeks to improve environmental performance through greater resource efficiency.
A GreenPlus programme helps your business to develop a high level of environmental management capabilities.