A well thought out sustainability strategy and clear objectives can lead to business growth, increased profits, long term shareholder value and a social license.
Business survival can depend on many things. Being aware of the top global and local sustainability related concerns and trends is important, as is understanding your capability to address them.
A recent PwC CEO survey revealed that 85% of CEOs agree that over the next five years, a greater number of customers will seek out products and services from organisations that address wider needs, like health or environmental responsibility or societal contribution”.
Are you aware of your environmental and societal impact? Have you analysed your supply chain?
Stakeholder engagement is critical to finding out what your customers, shareholders, partners and employees care about so you can respond accordingly.
ASX listed companies are expected to report on their environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks. Global Reporting Indicators help to show how your organisation meets accepted sustainability standards.
Many businesses want to save resources – many want to save the world – many just want to be profitable without harming the environment. What does business sustainability mean for you?
Start somewhere … start by contacting Suzanne Ridding.
“Business cannot succeed in a society that fails”, World Business Council for Sustainable Development”.