It is possible to avoid climate change and to build a better future for ourselves by reducing carbon emissions and implementation of re-economy.
We are facing climate change, which also affects changes in the business environment. Companies that want to continue to grow should consider implementing an appropriate strategy or steps. Increasingly, not only investors but also customers and business partners expect sustainability measures. Furthermore, in many cases, they require documentation and disclosure of their climate-related activities as well as other sustainability goals.
- Calculate CO2 footprint
- Identification of Risks
- Audit of Sustainability
- Report of Sustainability
- Sustainable Goals & KPI
- Scenerio Planning
There is no planet B
What does this mean for small and medium-sized companies? It means that in order to work with the world’s leading corporations, they will have to demonstrate that they have also identified climate and social risks and taken appropriate corrective action. These companies will also have to deal with the growing expectations and awareness of consumers. In many social surveys, they indicate that they make their purchasing decision for both a product and service by looking at whether the company is sustainable.
We live in a changing world, but never before have changes been so rapid. These changes also affect organizations, companies, and the business environment in which we move. There are new trends, directions, technologies, as well as slogans and just one of them is sustainability. Sustainability has grown in popularity over the last 2-3 years, which is also confirmed by the results of a google search.
Sustainability means the sustainable development of both humanity and our business operations. It is a healthy business model based on sustainability strategy. Sustainable business is often referred to as an enterprise of the future/tomorrow that flexibly adapts to constant and sudden changes. In addition, the growth as well as the business is conducted with respect for the environment, people as well as revenue. Sustainability combines best practices and strategies, often referring to the Triple Bottom Line (TBL) theory, where business is People, Planet, and Profitability. Very aptly, sustainable development was described by the World Commission on Environment and Development: “sustainable development is development in which the needs of the present generation can be met without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs”.